Our Bachelor of Science in Special Education is the perfect fit if you are enthusiastic about working with children and adults with disabilities. Through education, community awareness and ecologically based service delivery, the focus of special education is to enhance and better the lives of all individuals with disabilities. Some services provided by people, like you, in the field of special education include K-12 education, rehabilitation for occupational development and daily independence, community-based case management, disability advocacy, school and individualized consultation services and various other services related to individuals with disabilities and their families.
The School of Education was ranked 48th in the nation for their Special Education program (SED, College Factual).
The undergraduate Special Education program offers a number of concentrations:
By graduation, you will be able to:
- Learn how to use evidence-based practices and meet licensure requirements for K-12 intervention specialists
- Complete course and field experiences to meet the prerequisites for mild to moderate and moderate to intense disability licensure