Comprehensive Program (K-12)

Special education is the study of the best ways to teach and improve the lifestyles of children, youth and adults with disabilities. Students pursuing this degree will earn teacher licensure for grades K-12 with a focus on instructional strategies and methods relevant for elementary, middle and high school education. The comprehensive concentration in the field of special education focuses on working with students with severe to profound disabilities, which includes those with learning or cognitive disabilities as well as those with behavioral, emotional or physical impairments. The Special Education curriculum is designed to provided graduates with the needed foundation of teaching skills based on the latest in instructional theory, coupled with the broad knowledge (Reading, Math, Science, History, etc.) needed to teach all ages.
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Degree: Bachelors of Science
Major: Special Education
Concentration: Comprehensive Program (K-12)

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Department of Curriculum & Instruction
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