Advanced Intervention Specialist, Master of Arts

Dr. Tracy Mueller, Program Coordinator;

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Program Requirements

Here is an overview of catalog courses that are specific to this exceptionality area:

Please note the mandatory Introduction to Graduate Research (SRM 600) for masters students in special education.

Required Emphasis Classes for Intervention Specialist (34* Credits)

  • SRM 600 Introduction to Graduate Research (3)
  • EDSE 670 Legal and Policy Foundations of Special Education (3)
  • EDSE 672 Leadership in the School community (3)
  • EED 610: Interventions in Literacy (3)
  • MED 645: Interventions in Mathematics (3)
  • EDSE 673 Research and Reflective Practice (3)
  • EDSE 675 Issues in Special Education Assessment (3)
  • EDSE 676 Assessment and Interventions for Students with Challenging Behaviors (3)
  • EDSE 677 Transition to Adulthood for Youth with Exceptionalities (3)
  • EDSE 678 Leadership Strategies in Significant Support Needs/Autism (3)
  • EDSE 679 Interventions for Students with Culturally and Linguistic Differences (3)
  • *EDSE 696 Practicum in Instructional Coaching (1-9)

*(1-9 variable credit hours with a minimum of 1 credit is required)

MA Intervention Specialist Program Advisor:

Tracy Gershwin Mueller, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
College of Education and Behavioral Sciences
School of Special Education
Campus Box 141
University of Northern Colorado
Greeley, CO 80639
Office: (970)351-1664
Fax: (970)351-1061