University of Minnesota Non-Conventional Emotional/Behavioral Disorder Licensure Program
This experiential two-year program blends a residency type experience where candidates work during the day (clinical experience) and take courses (on-line and lecture) in the evening. This is a graduate level program and those who complete it will earn their Masters of Arts in Education and be license eligible in Special Education (EBD). This program is open to all MPS Education Support Professionals (ESPs).
This program will start accepting applications again in winter 2018.
If you have questions about the program, please contact Dr. Jennifer McComas at firstname.lastname@example.org .
If you missed the information session, please review the overview document of the program's structure, coursework, and costs.
Special Education Director