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Mild Intervention Licensure Program

The mild intervention licensure program is a series of graduate level courses designed for individuals who are licensed in the state of Indiana and wish to add Exceptional Children: Mild Intervention (P-12) certification to their license. This online program is self-paced, which allows for flexibility as one progresses toward completion of the program.

Candidates desiring the mild intervention licensure must possess a valid Indiana license in elementary education, secondary education or all-grade (P-12). Upon completion of the courses, candidates must meet all state licensure requirements of the Indiana Department of Education which will include content area
test(s) for mild intervention.

Program Structure
The structure of the program is unique. Classes are taken in 4 month terms in which you determine the start date and complete coursework at your own pace. You can enroll and begin a course any day of the year.

You can work on a class any time of the day and never have to be online at a specific time. Courses are taught online in an independent study format through Blackboard, our course management system. While the coursework is completed online, some classes require classroom observations and experiences that are completed in the student’s local community. There is no student teaching requirement.

More Information
For additional information about Taylor University's online Mild Intervention Licensure Program, please read the student handbook or contact:

Dr. Pam Medows, Director of Special Education Licensure Program  Dr. Pam Medows
  Director of Licensure Programs
  765.998.5145
  pmmedows@taylor.edu




Leah Kimbrell, Special Education Licensure Program Advisor  Leah Kimbrell
  Mild Intervention Licensure Program Advisor
  260-440-8250
  lhkimbrell@taylor.edu