• Exceptional Student Education (K-12)

    The undergraduate program in Special Education prepares teachers with competencies necessary to produce achievement gains and desirable behavior changes in students with disabilities. Successful completion of the courses of study will result in certification in exceptional student education. The program is sequential in nature with some courses offered only once a year. Therefore, students are to work closely with the academic advisor to ensure they are familiar with the course offerings and program schedule each semester. Before beginning course work, students must consult an advisor in the College's Office of Academic Advising.

    Admission to the Program

    Summer and Fall admit ONLY 


    Students are only considered for admission into the Baccalaureate Degree program in Exceptional Student Education during Summer and Fall semesters only.  


    Those entering the College of Education and Human Services must meet University admissions requirements as well as specific COEHS admissions criteria.



  • Major: Special Education
    Concentration: Exceptional Student Education
    Degree: Bachelor of Arts in Education