UC Online’s K-12 Intervention Specialist – Mild/Moderate Licensure is a non-degree program designed for individuals holding an initial teaching license from the state of Ohio that would like to obtain a license to teach in the field of special education.
The department’s central goal is to prepare you to be a committed, caring, and competent educator who is:
Candidates who wish to apply to the Intervention Specialist Licensure program must meet the following requirements.
To apply, use the Tk20 Portal and follow the below process:
Once you have completed the application, please email [email protected] to let us know your application is ready to be reviewed.
Don’t miss out on getting your Intervention Specialist Licensure! For all of the important deadlines and semester start dates, take a look at this program’s academic calendar below.
Interested in knowing all upcoming dates for the year, such as Fall Reading Days, Spring Break, and University–observed holidays? Check out the University of Cincinnati’s comprehensive academic calendar.
The Intervention Specialist Licensure consists of 12 required graduate-level courses or 32 credit hours, of which, 20 credit hours may be directly applied towards the Master’s in Special Education.
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Tuition is calculated on a per-credit basis. Refer to the Tuition and Fees Chart for more details.
It is recommended you should spend at least six to eight hours per week studying for each class.
No. You must choose one program to apply for in any given semester.
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