Students can earn a Bachelor of Education in Special Education. Students pursuing this major typically take the following major courses in the first semester. Individual schedules may vary depending on course availability:
- EDTE 101 & 101L Foundations of American Education & Lab (if pursuing teacher certification as well)
- EDSE 101L Professional Skills Lab
- EDSE 150 Psychology of the Exceptional Child
- EDSE 306 In School Experience (Elementary)
- EDSE 320 & 320L Applied Behavior Analysis & Lab
For program information and course descriptions, please visit the on-line Undergraduate Catalogue. You will follow the 2013-14 Undergraduate Catalogue - this is your contract with the University, and vis versa. Be sure to review the information in the 13-14 catalogue when it becomes available (the catalogue is still under review, and should be posted to the website this summer). Until then, please refer to the 2012-2013 Undergraduate Catalogue, as much of the information is the same.
What other courses are required of GU students? Learn more about core requirements.