The B.A. in Special Education is designed to prepare students to attain certification in Exceptional Student Education, K-12 grades, which cover teaching children with emotional and behavioral disorders, developmental disabilities/mental retardation, specific learning disabilities, and physical disabilities. Students are also prepared for ESOL endorsement and Reading endorsement. Field experiences are central to the special education program and commence in the first semester with increasing involvement throughout the program.
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