The Graduate Certificate in Instructional Interventions and Supports is designed for current or prospective education professionals who want to expand their knowledge of instructional interventions and supports for individuals from birth through adulthood who have diverse learning needs. This certificate program can be completed fully online and can be pursued individually or may be completed concurrently with the M.Ed. in Early and Special Education.
INSTRUCTIONAL INTERVENTIONS AND SUPPORTS
A prospective student may apply at any time and should follow the general graduate application procedure for degree-seeking students (see Graduate Admissions Policies). Admission to the program is based on:
- Apply to the Graduate College and satisfy the minimum admission requirements of the Graduate College. International applicants must satisfy the international admissions requirements.
- A baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited U.S. institution of higher learning or a degree from a non-U.S. institution of higher education that is judged equivalent to a U.S. baccalaureate degree by the International Admissions office.
- An undergraduate cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.00 (based on a 4-point scale) computed for all undergraduate credits from the applicant’s most recent baccalaureate degree.
- Official transcripts from all colleges attended.
- Letter of application including the following: a) a description of your career goals and professional interests and how the program will help you attain them, and b) an explanation of why you are choosing the program and why you will be a successful graduate student.
- Two letters of recommendation from professionals who can speak of the applicant’s ability to work with individuals with diverse learning and behavior needs.
|Graduate Certificate in Instructional Interventions and Supports|
|Course Number and Title||Credits|
|ED-ESP 552 Language Arts for Special Educators||3|
|ED-ESP 556 Evidence-Based Practices for Students with Support Needs||3|
|ED-ESP 558 Assessment in Special Education||3|
|ED-ESP 559 Collaboration and Leadership in Special Education||3|
|ED-ESP 560 Single-case Research Design||3|
|ED-ESP 570 Mathematics for Special Educators||3|
Dr. Jeremy Ford
Phone: (208) 426-3544
Education Building, Room 205
1910 University Drive, Boise ID 83725-1725
For additional information visit the Instructional Interventions and Supports website.
In order to be considered for the Instructional Interventions and Supports program, the Graduate application, official transcripts, and all related admission materials and requirements must be turned in by:
Final: July 1
Final: November 1
Final: April 1