Special Needs Minor
Two factors form the rationale for the Minor in Special Needs (Non-Licensing). First, the Minor exposes students to the special education profession and prepares them foundationally to transition to a USF post-baccalaureate program for teacher licensure. Credit hours earned in the Minor can be applied toward completion of a teaching license. Second, the Minor will prepare students who wish to develop skills that could be applied in community settings working with children and adults who have special needs.
- 18 credit hours in Special Education, Psychology and Social Work courses
Minor Program of Study
- 9 credit hours of Special Education courses: SPED 137, SPED 420, SPED 421
- Choose 9 credit hours from: SPED 226, SPED 230, PSYC 325, PSYC 326, PSYC 339, and SOCW 200