April SEOH Program News

Licensure Checklist

Last month we shared information about the assessments required to apply for the intervention specialist license. We have since created a checklist for students who intend to apply for licensure (this summer or fall) to track the Ohio requirements. We use a similar checklist when the state contacts us to verify that our students who've applied for licensure have indeed met the requirements. Please use the checklist to monitor your progress towards licensure. (You'll need to be logged in to your Miami Google account to view document.)

April Live Session

Our second spring semester live session is next Saturday, April 8. As always, attendance is required, so please sign in upon arrival. 

9:00AM–10:30AM, EDP 656
9:00AM–10:30AM, EDP 596
10:45AM–12:15PM, EDP 650A
10:45AM–12:15PM, EDP 572
12:30PM–2:00PM, EDT 642

Course Registration

Registration for the summer term is available in BannerWeb. If you have not yet registered for summer, please do so soon. Fall registration should be available later this month. If there are any holds on your account, they must be removed before registering. Contact the One Stop office if you have any issues regarding registration.

M.Ed. Application

The M.Ed. program only requires 4 courses in addition to the licensure program coursework. If you began your program this semester 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 May 10. Students should select the Fall 2017 term on their applications.

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

Vocational Rehabilitation Positions

Our soon to be (or recently degreed) students may be interested in learning more about working for Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities. They are hosting two open houses next week as they seek candidates for positions available in Defiance, Lima and Toledo.

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