MSU Denver's post-baccalaureate licensure program in Special Education provides candidates with a case-based curriculum designed to prepare candidates to meet the needs of children and adolescents with mild to severe disabilities. This professional education sequence, leading to a Special Education Generalist license, provides content that emphasizes developing effective decision-making in diverse contexts. Candidates who do not have a baccalaureate degree should pursue the Special Education undergraduate major. All candidates who enroll in the postbaccalaureate licensure program for Special Education Generalist must have an education psychology and math content prerequisite course. Candidates must see their special education advisors at least twice a year for information regarding program planning. All students must pass the Praxis or PLACE Elementary Content test before enrolling in 4000 level courses. The PLACE Generalist test must be passed prior to state licensure.