The Rodman Special Education Cohort Program is an intensive 1-year program in which undergraduate special education majors can complete their Bachelor of Science degree and be licensed as a generalist special educator.
In the fall semester of the program, the participants take a course in a 1-week time period for 13 weeks (Monday-Friday, 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM). In the spring semester of the program, five courses are taken (on Monday and Tuesday evenings) and the participants pre-student teach (all day). In the summer of the program, the participants complete their student teaching and graduate.
Students must have completed the following:
Dr. Kyle Higgins
Room: CEB 120