Special Education, Minor
Saint Louis University's minor in special education is open to non-education majors and requires 19 credits. The minor program focuses on mild/moderate disabilities but does not qualify you for state certification in mild/moderate disabilities.
The School of Education at Saint Louis University is accredited by Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP). To contact CAEP:
1140 19th St NW #400
Washington, DC 20036
Phone: (202) 223-0077
SLU's minor in special education does not qualify for state certification.
|Required Courses: (16 credits)|
|EDSP 4310||Ed & Psych of the Exp Ind||3|
|EDSP 3700||Intro to Disabilities Studies||3|
|EDSP 3560||Special Ed. Process||2|
|EDSP 4600||Medical Implications in SpEd||3|
|EDSP 4510||Collaboration in Special Education||2|
|EDSP 4240||Classroom Organization and Management (Early Childhood, ECSE, Elementary, Special Education)||3|
|or EDSP 4250||Classroom Organization and Management (Middle, Secondary and Special Education)|
|Elective: please choose 1 class from the following:||3|
|Creative Arts & Play|
|English Language Learners in the Mainstream Classroom|
|Leadership and Service Seminar|
|Teach Meth for Inc Class EC/EL|
or EDSP 4480
|Teaching Method Incl Class Mid & Sec|
Minimum grade point average of 2.00 for acceptance and continuation. Courses must be completed with no grade lower than a C. A grade of “C-” does not satisfy the requirement.