Special Education teachers go to work every day knowing they are enhancing the lives of their students. At Xavier, you will study in a program that emphasizes the value of diversity in all individuals while fulfilling the requirements for licensure as an intervention specialist.
Begin learning and teaching in school environments spring semester of your first year.
Gain invaluable experience through classroom observation and teaching in local schools. Work in many settings including urban, rural, public, and private schools, all beginning your freshman year.
Xavier's program allows you to choose a focus. Whether it is a specialization in early childhood development or grades K-12, you'll be impacting lives with a unique background in intervention.
Be more marketable by opting for Xavier's unique double major in Montessori and Special Education. You'll be certified as a Montessori teacher, traditional teacher and Early Childhood Intervention Specialist
In the Bachelor of Science degree/licensure program, undergraduate students complete the requirements for both licensure as an intervention specialist and the Bachelor of Science degree concurrently.
Intervention Specialist licensure areas:
School districts in southwest Ohio and northern Kentucky partner with us
Average size of classes
Hours of field experiences earned in urban, suburban and rural schools
Our students leave Xavier ready to enter the job market. Early Childhood Education graduates go on to work in