The doctoral program in Special Education offers advanced study across all disabilities. Doctoral students are individually mentored by faculty who are nationally and internationally recognized experts in their fields and who actively engage in cutting-edge research, collaboration with schools and public agencies, developing public policy, and advocating for individuals with exceptionalities and their families.
Graduates of the Special Education doctoral program have held positions as university professors, deans, researchers, clinicians, school and community organization administrators, lawyers, policy experts, and government agency leaders.
Susan Copeland, Ph.D.Special Education Program CoordinatorHokona Hall 258505-277-0628 (phone)email@example.com
Suzie McCalmant-GarciaSpecial Education Graduate Programs Coordinator505-277-5018 (phone)firstname.lastname@example.org
Audrea N. WinslowDepartment AdministratorSpecial Education505/277-6915 (phone)email@example.com
A doctoral degree in Special Education prepares individuals to become
Summer & Fall Admission: February 28 Spring Admission: September 30
Applications accepted at other times; these are priority deadlines.
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