Course Work for Director of Special Education Endorsement

 

IMPORTANT REQUIREMENTS
The Director of Special Education Endorsement requires a Master’s Degree and endorsement in an administrative field, two years of special education work experiences, and specific course work in both special education and administration of special education. CLICK HERE to learn more about requirements for earning the Director of Special Education Endorsement.

EEND 600: Introduction to Special Education Finance (3 credit hours)
January 16 – March 13 | online, REGISTRATION CLOSED – COURSE HAS REACHED CAPACITY
March 6 – May 1 | online

EEND 606: Supervision of Programs for Exceptional Children (3 credit hours)
February 13 – April 10 | online

EEND 641: Legal and Historical Foundations in Special Education (3 credit hours)
March 6 – May 1 | online

EEND 644*: Specialized Curriculum and Methods in Special Education (3 credit hours)
Option 1 January 16 – March 13 | online
Option 2 March 6 – May 1 | online
Option 3 February 13 – March 29 | blended*
*Course meets face-to-face on Wednesdays (2/15, 3/1, 3/15, and 3/29) 4:30 – 8:30 p.m. at USF Main Campus with additional assignments and work completed online.

*Educators who already have an LBS1 endorsement on their Illinois Professional Educator License, may have already satisfied this requirement.

Illinois State Board of Education Requirements
For current information regarding Illinois State Board of Education requirements (including tests when applicable), please visit ISBE at www.isbe.net.

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