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Low Incidence Disabilities

Putting It To Work

Graduate students who complete the graduate certificate in low incidence disabilities will have satisfied the course requirements to pursue the licensure endorsement in Kansas. To obtain a special education low incidence endorsement, one must hold a current general education license (early childhood, elementary, or secondary). Note: Most teachers who complete our special education programs will take a few additional graduate courses required to finish the master's degree as well. The master's degree is an important goal for many teachers and substantially increases teacher pay.

Learn more about Kansas licensure.

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