O&M Core Courses:

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  • Medical, Educational, & Rehabilitative Implications of Visual Impairment (SPED 749)
  • Physical Disabilities and Sensory Impairments: Implications and Management (SPED 747)
  • Living Skills Assessment & Instruction for Learners with Visual Impairments (SPED 753)
  • Beginning Orientation and Mobility for the Visually Impaired (SPED 655)
  • Orientation and Mobility Seminar (SPED 756)
  • Visual Impairment: Special Populations (SPED 757)
  • Methods in Orientation and Mobility I (SPED 760)
  • Methods in Orientation and Mobility II (SPED 792)
  • Methods in Orientation and Mobility III (SPED 822)
  • Methods in Orientation and Mobility IV (SPED 823)
  • Law, Ethics, and Instructional Planning (SPED 788)
  • Field Experience in Orientation and Mobility (SPED 731)
  • Student Teaching/Internship Seminar in Orientation and Mobility (SPED 726)
  • Student Teaching/Internship in Orientation and Mobility (SPED 730)

Total Units: 49 units

Additional Course Leading to the Master of Arts Degree:

  • Educational Research (ISED 797)

Total Units: 3 units

Special Notes:

Classes are held in the evenings and on weekends to accommodate working professionals.

The program can be completed in 3 semesters. Students are welcome to complete the program on either a full-time or part-time basis.

Some courses are offered in a hybrid format, combining distance education with face-to-face instruction.