Degree Programs

Undergraduate and Graduate Degree Programs

In order to meet the diverse needs of students today, students in the College of Education can choose to complete a Bachelor of Science in Education degree with a Special Education emphasis. Graduates of this program are ready to teach students of all ages and abilities in preschool through sixth-grade.

For those people seeking a Master of Education degree, the College of Education offers a graduate program in Special Education designed for teachers in grades K-12. Completing the graduate program in Special Education allows you to work as a teacher-leader in elementary, middle, or high school, conduct school-based research on topics of interest to you, and refine your teaching skills. See below for additional information on each of these programs.

For questions regarding specific degree programs, admission to the College of Education or financial assistance, please contact the following staff members:

Lori Kimball
Academic Program Specialist – Graduate

Nancy Welch
Academic Program Specialist – Undergraduate