Hanover College Education Department
Special Education Dual Certification

Hanover College Offers Dual Certification in Special Education (K-12)

Dual licensure in mild intervention Special Education is available for both elementary and secondary students seeking certification in the K-12 classroom. Elementary and Secondary candidates that successf​ully complete the requirements for licensure at their respective levels will also be able to obtain an additional license in mild intervention special education. Five additional courses are required: EDU 352, 353, 354, 355 and 356. Admission into the education program is required for EDU courses 353-356. Student teaching (EDU 455/456) will be modified to meet both regular and special education requirements.

Indiana Standards for Teaching Exceptional Children

Seminar 1
EDU 230

Teaching Diverse Learners

(Includes Field Experience)

 
1 Unit
Seminar 2
EDU 352

Professional Collaboration

 
1 Unit
Seminar 3
EDU 353

Instruction and Assessment

(Includes Field Experience)

1 Unit
Seminar 4
EDU 354

Special Education Law and Policy

Summer: Arranged (All Online)

1 Unit

Summer Online Course!

Seminar 5
EDU 355

Classroom Management and PBIS

(Includes Field Experience)

1 Unit
Seminar 6
EDU 356

Learning Environments and Transition

Summer: Arranged (All Online)

1 Unit

Summer Online Course!

 
EDU 455/456

Integrated Student Teaching Assignment

The dual certification student will do one, multiple component, student teaching assignment that satisfies dual licensure requirements.

 
4 Units
Special Education (K-12) Dual Certification Course Sequencing    

Total of 10 Units