Special Education Minor
Residential Minor in Special Education
Equip yourself with knowledge to help you make a difference in the life of individuals with disabilities with a Special Education minor from Liberty University. Study common learning problems as you prepare yourself to work with specialized learning needs. Study effective intervention techniques that will help students thrive.
Sit in classrooms with professors who have doctorate degrees in Special Education and years of experience working in the special needs community. With this minor, you’ll gain a faith-based perspective as you learn how to support individuals with disabilities as you prepare for your future career, whether inside or outside of the classroom.
While this minor is excellent for professional development, it does not lead to special education licensure or educator licensure.
*Students with any major are eligible to take this minor.
Academic Information: Residential Minor in Special Education
- 15 credit hours
Program of Study
Featured Special Education Courses
- Special Education Law and Characteristics (EDSP 323)
- Behavior Management (EDSP 363)
- Inclusion and Diversity: Effective Practices and Strategies (EDSP 413)
- Assessment and Transition Planning for Diverse Learners (EDSP 473)
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