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Improving Education for Individuals with Visual Impairments.

Degree Information

The M.Ed. program in Vision Studies, Teacher of Students with Visual Impairments track, requires the completion of 37 graduate academic credits. Students entering the TVI program without a degree in education are required to take two additional courses: Understanding Reading: Principles and Practices and Mathematics Thinking Skills-Elementary

Graduate Core Courses for the TVI Graduate Program:

  • SPE-G 621: Introduction to Disabilities3 credits
  • SPE-G 620 (VISN 602): Education of Students with VI3 credits
  • SPE-G 615 (VISN 603): Braille Communications 13 credits
  • SPE-G 614 (VISN 604): Visual Functioning3 credits
  • SPE-G 616 (VISN 605): Implications of Low Vision3 credits
  • SPE-G 619 (VISN 610): Braille Communications 113 credits
  • SPE-G 622 (VISN 611): Technology and Visual Impairments3 credits
  • SPE-G 640 (VISN 612): Orientation and Mobility and ADL4 credits
  • SPE-G 642 (VISN 613): Assessment for Students with VI Including Those with Additional Disabilities4 credits
  • SPE-G 643 (VISN 614): Instructional Strategies for Students with VI Including Those with Additional Disabilities4 credits
  • SPE-G 698 (VISN 619): Practicum in Teaching Students with Visual Impairment4 credits
  • Total : 37 credits

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