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Teaching All Learners (BSEd)

Major: Teaching All Learners - see catalog
Concentration: None
Degree: BSEd
License: 499 Elementary Education (K-6) and/or
460 Special Education Modified (K-12)
Forms: Degree Sheet

The Teaching All Learners (TAL) major contains three parts. First, the General Education component contains lower division courses in the liberal arts and sciences. Second, the Professional Education courses are essential for teachers at all levels. Third, the Special Education component contains advanced courses and experiences that lead to specialized professional knowledge unique to teaching students with disabilities. The Teaching All Learners program leads to licensure in a K-12 Modified (Learning Resource) classroom and a regular elementary education (K-6) classroom.

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