School of Intervention Services
Special Education Program
The programs in Special Education have been designed to prepare teachers who are confident and capable to meet the needs of diverse student populations. Each program may lead to licensure as an Intervention Specialist in the State of Ohio. An endorsement is currently available in the area of Transition to Work and a university certificate is also available in Autism Spectrum Disorders. Each course exceeds the requirements of state and national standards for the preparation of Intervention Specialists along with CEC standards. Programs can also lead to a Master’s Degree in Education from Bowling Green State University.
|Mild/Moderate Disabilities||BS.Ed; M.Ed.||U ; G|
U ; G
|Autism Spectrum Disorders|
|Transition to Work|
*U = Undergraduate Level; G = Graduate Level
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The special education faculty is a dedicated team of professionals with a wide range of experience, interests and expertise. They are passionate about all individuals with special needs from birth through adulthood. They advocate the use of effective strategies and interventions that are based on research.
Special Education Program Faculty:
Lessie Cochran, Ph.D. Trinka Messenheimer, Ed.D
William Morrison, Ed.D. Brooks Vostal, Ph.D. Jeanne Novak, Ph.D.
Lisa Handyside, Ph.D Kim Christensen, M.Ed. Judy VandenBroek, M.Ed.
David Hampton, Ph.D. Mariana Mereoiu, Ph.D.