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Special Education

Undergraduate Programs

The Bachelor of Arts in Special education offers students two concentration options:

 

Osprey Path I: 

Our Exceptional Student Education concentration prepares teacher candidates to work with children who have exceptionalities in K-12 educational settings.

 

Osprey Path II:  

The Disability Services concentration prepares candidates to work with individuals with exceptionalities in a variety of professional settings such as centers for independent living, employment agencies, and disability service agencies. 

 

The Exceptional Student Education and Disability Services programs are designed to offer candidates quality experiences in a variety of clinical settings using a professional development school model (PDS) or a professional development institute model (PDI), depending on the concentration. Programs are designed to prepare future teachers and disability service professionals who work to enhance lives through advocacy, teaching, and service.

Minor

Disability Services

Graduate Programs

Master of Art in Teaching:  Exceptional Student Education (ESE)

Exceptional Student Education 

Master of Education:  Special Education

Applied Behavior Analysis 

Disability Services

Certificates

Undergraduate Certificates

International Education

Graduate Certificates

Partnership with Individuals with Disabilities and their Families

Applied Behavior Analysis

International Education

Contact Us

Shaqwana Freeman-Green, Ph.D.

Director of EDIE Teacher Preparation Programs

 s.freemangreen@unf.edu

(904) 620-3014

Building 57, Room 3505