B.S.Ed. in Inclusive Education
The Inclusive Education degree requires 126 hours including 42 Liberal Studies hours, 21 hours in the Professional Education Sequence, and 63 major hours in special education and elementary education. Successful completion of the Inclusive Education Program leads to a Bachelor of Science in Education (B.S.Ed.) degree in Inclusive Education, initial North Carolina licensure in the Exceptional Children-General Curriculum (K-6) and eligibility for licensure in Elementary Education, grades K-6.
Minor in Special Education
The Minor in Special Education requires 18 hours including SPED 240: The Exceptional Child and 15 hours of elective credit from the following options:
- SPED 241, 310, 311, 315, 344, 400, 401, 407, 414, 471, 475, 477
- CSD 451, 452
- SPED 312, 423, 430 (Restrictions apply, see checklist below).
EFFECTIVE October 2015