Our three research and practice-oriented departments provide inspired learning opportunities that develop students into leaders in education. Our programs prepare students to transform lives on the local and national level, through hands-on teaching, research, policy, counseling, school administration, and education specialist positions. From strong partnerships with school systems to innovative research on how the brain influences complex learning behaviors, our academic programs are at the forefront of the field of education.

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New M.Ed. Program in Autism Spectrum Disorders and Severe Disabilities

The College of Education is offering a new Master of Education (M.Ed.) Specialty Program in Autism Spectrum Disorders and Severe Disabilities, which is a program for general education and special education teachers, as well as allied professionals. This M.Ed. is designed for working professionals, who are interested in increasing their skills and expanding their knowledge to better serve the increasing number of students with ASD and those students with severe disabilities.