Bachelor of Arts
School of Education
Three- or Four-Year Degree
A special education teacher is more than an instructor—they’re an instrument for social change. We prepare teaching candidates to work with students who have a wide range of learning, cognitive, emotional, and physical abilities through practices that nurture and develop equity and inclusion for all students.
Who It's For
Our unique Special Education program is a perfect addition to your elementary license, as it will give you the tools to make a difference in your classroom by supporting a wide range of academic and behavioral needs.
- Learn in a hands-on, collaborative environment. Teachers offer in-classroom instruction and practice in actual school settings.
- Develop your skills through valuable mentorship. Faculty support students through individualized attention and constructive feedback.
- Make lasting connections. You'll build relationships with local agencies, organizations, advocacy groups, and service providers within the disability community.