Prepares graduates to address the needs of children and youth with autism spectrum disorder.
Blends early childhood education and early childhood special education to appropriately address the needs of all young children.
Prepares teachers to assess student knowledge, identify and implement evidence-based practices to increase the success of students with high incidence disabilities.
Prepares educators, leaders, and advocates to lead change and innovation in special education.
Prepares educators to meet the educational needs of students with significant intellectual disability or with multiple disabilities.
Prepares individuals to provide effective transition services and career development options for students with disabilities.
On-campus graduate certificate: The program prepares practitioners to meet the developmental and early education needs of young children (birth-3 years old) with disabilities and those children considered at risk for disabilities.