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Interested applicants must apply for admission to the Department of Special Education Master's and Doctoral programs. The procedures vary depending on the program and the applicant's status as a domestic or an international student. Please click on the Masters and Doctorate tabs for specific information on domestic and international application for admission.

View admission information for:

Unified Early Childhood: B.S.E.

Autism Spectrum Disorders M.S.E.

Autism Spectrum Disorders Online Graduate Certificate

Early Childhood Unified M.S.E.

High-Incidence Disabilities M.S.E.

High-Incidence Disabilities (Online) M.S.E.

High-Incidence Disabilities (Online) Endorsement

Leadership in Special & Inclusive Education (Graduate Certificate)

Low-Incidence Disabilities: M.S.E.

Transition Secondary Special Education Online M.S.E.

Doctoral Studies in Special Education: Ph.D.

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