Department of Education
Post Baccalaureate Licensure Contract
Early Childhood Special Education
Name: UMD ID:
Phone: Soc Sec #: Email:
STUDENT: Complete a self-evaluation of your academic history against the requirements listed below. In the Notes
column, indicate courses you have taken that you propose would meet each requirement.
PROGRAM EVALUATOR: In the Office Use Only column, indicate with OK in the Complete column when a licensure
requirement has been completed.
Office use only
Course Title Notes
Applicants who hold a birth-grade 3 license in early childhood education can skip to the ECSE courses below.
Educ 1000 Human Development
Educ 1100 Human Diversity
Educ 1101 Education in Modern Society
Foundational Issues in EC:
ECh 2015 Literacy for Young Children
ECh 3021 Teaching Math: Birth-Age 8
Literacy for Young Children:
ECh 3022 Teaching Reading, Writing,
Spelling, and Listening
Inquiry, Social Studies and
Science Learning: Birth-Age 8
Observing & Guiding
Behavior: Birth-Age 8
Student Teaching in Early
Professional Issues Seminar in
Early Childhood Ed
School Health Programs: Early
Hlth 5161 Childhood Through Middle
The remaining courses are specific to the Early Childhood Special Education endorsement.
Language Development and
SpEd Infants and Toddlers with
3103/5103 Special Needs
SpEd Young Children w/Special
3105/5105 Needs: Ages 3-8
Working w/Young Children
w/Low Incidence Disabilities
Working with Challenging
Behavior in Young Children
Assessment in Early
Childhood Special Education
SpEd Foundations in Special
Parent and Professional
A signed post-baccalaureate contract does not guarantee admission to the program that offers the licensure you are seeking. To be
valid, you must begin coursework within two years of the date the contract was signed by the licensure officer. CEHSP reserves
the right to modify this contract as University courses are changed or Minnesota Board of Teaching licensure requirements are
Applicants seeking an initial license will need to complete Praxis I & II state required tests.
All applicants adding a licensure field to an existing Minnesota teaching license must complete the appropriate Subject Assessment
and Specialty Area Test requirement for the added field (Praxis II).
Candidates holding, or who have held a Minnesota standard teaching license before September 1, 2001, are not required to take the
tests of basic skills (PPST-Praxis I) or the examination of professional knowledge (PLT).
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