October SEOH Program News

October Live Session

We look forward to seeing enrolled students at the next live session on October 29.

9:00AM–10:30AM, EDP 656
10:15AM-11:45AM, EDP 595
10:45AM–12:15PM, EDP 650A
10:45AM–12:15PM, EDP 667
12:30PM–2:00PM, EDP 651

Future live session dates are posted on our site.

Future Term Registration

Registration for the winter term is available in BannerWeb. Students may web register through Wednesday, January 4, although we strongly recommend students register as soon as possible.

Click on "Student Services and Financial Aid" then "Registration" then "Look Up Courses to Add" to view a list of courses.  A hold on your record will restrict registration. To view holds, login to myMiami. Hold alerts and instructions for clearing the hold will appear at the top of the page after you login. Contact the One Stop office for assistance.

The Spring 2017 course schedule and registration should be available in BannerWeb on October 18. Registration for the spring semester will be available in early November.

M.Ed., Special Education Application

The M.Ed. program only requires 4 courses in addition to the licensure program coursework. If you were recently admitted as a continuing graduate status (non-degree-seeking) student and are now considering the M.Ed. degree, you must submit a complete master’s degree application by December 10. Students should select the Spring 2017 term on their applications.

It’s important to not wait too long to apply for the M.Ed. Continuing graduate status students are allowed to count no more than 12 of the most recent graduate hours earned toward the degree. All 12 hours are subject to normal 5-year time limitation for credit toward a degree.

December Graduation

Miami University’s Fall 2016 December commencement ceremony is December 16, 2016. Any student who intends to graduate this fall must apply for graduation by November 4. Graduating students should follow the steps outlined in the SEOH Graduate Research Projects Canvas site which include requesting program completion forms by the October 28 deadline.

Disability Studies Among Top Ten

Congratulations to Miami University’s Disability Studies program for ranking among the nation’s very best! Great College Deals has ranked Miami No. 9. Disability studies greatly benefits special educators and others who work in disability services and in positions of advocacy. Disability Studies is a joint program with the Department of Educational Psychology and the Department of Sociology and Gerontology.

Spring Cohort Applications Available Now

Current students with colleagues who may be interested in joining the SEOH program are encouraged to share with their colleagues that a new spring cohort is forming. Applications are available now through January 15 for a March 6 spring semester start. More information about the new cohort is available on our news page.

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