- Unified Early Childhood (Birth-3rd)
- Autism Spectrum Disorders
- Early Childhood Unified (Birth-K)
- High-Incidence Disabilities (Adaptive)
- Low-Incidence Disabilities
- Secondary Special Ed Transition
- Doctoral Studies in Special Education
- Graduate Certificate Programs
Graduate preparation focuses on:
- Meeting the educational needs of students with significant intellectual disabilities and students with multiple disabilities, including students on the autism spectrum with concurrent cognitive, sensory, and physical impairments.
- Strategies addressing the unique learning and support needs of students with significant needs.
- Strategies to promote access to the general curriculum for students with significant needs.
- Strategies for providing life skills and community-based instruction for students with significant needs.
To obtain a Special Education Low Incidence Endorsement, one must hold a current general education license (early childhood, elementary, or secondary).
Students can obtain a Master's degree or may study for endorsement only (non-degree).
View Low-Incidence Disabilities M.S.E. program requirements for required courses and more information.
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2014 Leadership in Learning Award Invitation
—U.S. News & World Report
Unified Early Childhood: B.S.E.
Early Childhood Unified M.S.E.
Low-Incidence Disabilities M.S.E.
Transition Secondary Special Education M.S.E.
Doctoral Studies in Special Education: Ph.D.