Our special education programs prepare you for success in a field where there are always job openings.
Undergraduate Dual Licensure (DL) in Elementary and Special Education
Master of Arts (MA) in Special Education with or without Alternative Licensure
Graduate Certificate in Educational Diagnosis (EDAG)
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Special Education
Undergraduate Minor in Special Education
Graduate Certificate in Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
Graduate Certificate in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)
Certificate in Special Education Educational Specialist (EdS)
I am pleased to welcome you to the Department Of Special Education. The Special Education Program is located in this department, working to provide opportunities for students and others to work toward a better world.
The range of career possibilities is wide. If you want to learn how to differentiate instruction for children and young people with Special Education needs, pursue social justice for all students, or learn to conduct research on learning and disability – this is the place for you.
As you look at the information on this website you will see many wonderful chances for you to be a part of the Special Education community — as a student, instructor, visitor, staff member, or supportive friend. If you have questions or suggestions contact Ruth Luckasson, Special Education chair, at firstname.lastname@example.org, or contact any of our faculty or staff. We are always looking for ways to improve our programs, collaborate on research, or contribute to the community and we want to hear from you.
Ruth Luckasson, J.D.
Special Education Chair
We want to be a department that values passion, appreciation, recognition, collegiality, and community. The ultimate purpose of the department’s work is to add richness and depth to teaching and learning.
Teaching, Research, and Service.
COEHS Administration: (505) 277-2231
Center for Student Success: (505) 277-3190 or email@example.com
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