Teaching Credential: Ohio four-year Resident Educator teaching license as a Mild/Moderate Intervention Specialist (ages 5 through 21 and grades K through 12). Requires successful completion of all program requirements, acceptable scores on applicable examinations required for state licensure and highly qualified teacher status (HQT) by the State Board of Education, and a passing score on the portfolio Checkpoint 4.
Portfolio: All teaching licensure students are expected to maintain a portfolio while completing their professional coursework and field experiences
GPA requirement/grade restriction:
1. All students must achieve a minimum cumulative grade-point average of at least 2.50
2. All students must maintain a grade-point average of at least 2.75 for professional course work in education. No grades of D or F will be accepted.
A. General Education and Prerequisite Requirements
The courses listed in this section are designed to meet some GenEd08 requirements and provide coursework prerequisites to the professional and major components of the program.
Note: Not all general education requirements are listed here; students must consult program and department advisers for advice on general education course selection. In some cases, the listed courses exceed the university GenEd08 requirements.