Special Education

The College of Education offers course work that leads to the Master of Education in Special Education organized around four domains of study: foundations, development and disability, research, and assessment. The degree can also lead to the Learning Behavior Specialist I licensure/endorsement, the Learning Behavior Specialist II endorsements, or the MEd degree only; and the Doctor of Philosophy in Education: Special Education. The Bilingual and/or English as a Second Language (ESL) endorsement, and the Early Childhood Special Education approval, can also be awarded; contact the College of Education for specific course requirements.

Interdepartmental concentrations in Gender and Women's Studies and Violence Studies are available to students in these programs. Some of the LBS II endorsements are interdepartmental with the Disabilities and Human Development (DHD) Department.