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Preliminary Education Specialist Credential in
Early Childhood Special Education

New - The ECSE program at San Francisco State University has been awarded a 5-year grant (2014-2018) from the Department of Education called CIRCLE (Careers and Inclusive Resources related to Children's Learning in the Early Years), consult the program website below for more information.

> Please visit the ECSE Program website

Category I: Common Core Requirements

SPED 788 Law, Ethics, Collaboration, Technology & Instructional Planning
3
SPED 801 Development, Diversity and English-Language Learners
3
Health Ed. Elementary School Health (e.g. H ED 630 or similar course on advisement).
3

Category II: Early Childhood Special Education Methods Cluster

SPED 777 Development and Learning of Young Children with Special Needs

3

SPED 779 Family Systems and Services
3
SPED 737 Infant Intervention
3
SPED 738 Preschool Intervention
3
SPED 780 Assessment and Program Evaluation in ECSE
3
SPED 747
Physical Disabilities-Implications & Management P
3
SPED 774 Positive Behavior Supports
3
SPED 825 Behavior and Instructional Supports: Autism
3
or, (SPED 794) (Communications, Socialization and Imagination: Autism)
(3)
SPED 885 Topics in Early Childhood Special Education
3
   
Category III: Student Teaching
Infant Toddler
SPED 729 Student Teaching Workshop - ECSE
1
SPED 730 Student Teaching in Special Education
3 or 9
 
Preschool
SPED 729 Student Teaching Workshop - ECSE
1
SPED 730 Student Teaching in Special Education
3 or 9
 

TOTAL UNITS:

44-56
Additional requirement for Preliminary Education Specialist Credential:

CPR (online course not acceptable) - must cover infant, child and adult CPR (for more information see:
U.S. Constitution Requirement: A course or examination covering the provisions and principles of the United States (US) Constitution is required for many teaching and services credentials


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