Notre Dame College

Bachelor of Arts in Education, Mild to Moderate Intervention Specialist (MMIS)

Discover innovative learning methods to excel in the field of special education with a 100 % online degree from Notre Dame College

Teachers in the field of special education continuously seek new and innovative pedagogy methods to enhance the classroom learning experience for students who have learning disabilities and to engage them in a dynamic educational environment. Notre Dame College?s Mild to Moderate Intervention Specialist (MMIS) licensure program improves your instructional techniques through practical applications.

Learn from expert faculty and staff members who have vast experience in the special education classroom, and discover a convenient way to continue your education through Notre Dame College?s completely online degree program.

Skills: Notre Dame College designed its MMIS licensure program for special education teachers in Ohio and prepares teachers with the knowledge, skills and dispositions they need to meet the educational needs of students who have mild and moderate disabilities in K?12 inclusion, resource and intervention classrooms. Students enrolled in a Bachelor of Arts in Education program will receive hands-on, experiential training through student teaching requirements.

The licensure program meets the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) initial accreditation standards, the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) standards and the requirements for licensure as a Mild to Moderate Intervention Specialist in Ohio. Students complete 61 credit hours of coursework in professional and special education and pass the Principles of Learning and Teaching Test and the Praxis II Special Education: Core Knowledge and Applications exams.

Online Course Outline: Students enrolled in the MMIS licensure program must complete a variety of general education and professional education core courses.

Admission Requirements: To apply for Notre Dame College, students must complete an application for undergraduate admission. Include an official high school transcript and an official ACT or SAT I score report.

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