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.
- Early Childhood Education (EC-6) with emphasis in Special Education
- Master of Education in Special Education
- Special Education Master’s and Diagnostician Certification
For questions regarding specific degree programs, admission to the College of Education or financial assistance, please contact the following staff members:
Academic Program Specialist – Graduate
Academic Program Specialist – Undergraduate