The Special Education K-12 Physical and Other Health Impairment Program at Eastern Michigan University offers undergraduate programs that lead to state endorsements. Our graduates find jobs as classroom teachers.

Undergraduate Programs

The Special Education K-12 Physical and Other Health Impairment programs include BS options in Elementary or Secondary Special Education K-12 Physical and Other Health Impairment. Along with the liberal arts requirements, these programs lead to endorsement in Physical and Other Health Impairment (SC). Certified teachers can teach children with Physical or Other Health Impairment in K-12th grade classrooms.

  • Special Education K-12 Physical and Other Health Impairment Endorsement - Elementary [BS]

    By selecting the Special Education K-12 Physical and Other Health Impairment Endorsement - Elementary Major you will earn a Bachelor of Science that leads to an elementary education teaching certificate with a Physical or Other Health Impairment (SC) endorsement.

    What You Will Learn

    You will learn effective teaching and learning practices that promote academic, emotional and personal growth for students with physical and other health impairment.

    Opportunities

    Certified elementary teachers with the Michigan Department of Education Physical or Other Health Impairment (SC) endorsement can teach K-12th grade children with physical or other health impairments. Additionally, you will be eligible to teach all subjects in grades K-5 and in grades 6-8 self-contained classrooms.

    As a student in this program, you can take advantage of all that the College of Education has to offer. You may seek advising, apply for scholarships, and participate in activities both in Special Education, the home department for this major, and in the Department of Teacher Education.

    Read about the curriculum and course information.

  • Special Education K-12 Physical and Other Health Impairment Endorsement - Secondary [BS]

    By selecting the Special Education K-12 Physical and Other Health Impairment Endorsement - Secondary Major you will earn a Bachelor of Science that leads to a secondary education teaching certificate with a Physical and Other Health Impairments (SC) endorsement. You will also choose a teachable minor.

    What You Will Learn

    You will learn effective teaching and learning practices that promote academic, emotional and personal growth for students with physical and health other impairments.

    Opportunities

    Certified teachers with the Physical and Other Health Impairment (SC) endorsement can teach K-12th grade children with physical and other health impairments. You will also be eligible to teach in 6-12th grade classrooms in the subject area of your chosen minor. As a student in this program, you can take advantage of all that the College of Education has to offer. You may seek advising, apply for scholarships, and participate in activities both in Special Education, the home department for this major, and in the Department of Teacher Education.

    Read about the curriculum and course information.

At a Glance

  • Average of 133 credit hours
  • Average time to complete 4.5 years
  • Requires 1 semester of student teaching in a general education elementary classroom and 1 semester in a special education setting
  • On campus
  • No minor required

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