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Middle Childhood Education/Intervention Specialist (BSE)

Preparing teachers for grades 4-9

As a student in the Middle Childhood Education/Intervention Specialist program at the University of Dayton, you'll prepare to teach grades 4-9 (ages 9-14). You'll specialize in two areas of concentration (mathematics, reading/language arts, science, social studies).

Program requirements

  • Take coursework toward an intervention specialist license simultaneously with your bachelor's degree coursework.
  • Have two concentrations of 24 or more semester hours in the following content areas: mathematics, reading/language arts, science, social studies.
  • Meet all academic and competency requirements in order to do your student teaching and be recommended for licensure.
  • Complete all of your teaching concentration courses before doing student teaching.
  • All field and clinical experiences must be completed successfully.

Department of Teacher Education

Fitz Hall
300 College Park
Dayton, Ohio 45469 - 2966