As an undergraduate in the Department of Educational Psychology, you can earn your degree and licensure in special education, work towards a minor in applied psychology in educational and community settings or educational psychology research, learn ASL, or study abroad.
Special education BS with Academic Behavior Strategist (ABS) licensure
Earn your bachelor's of science in special education and academic behavior strategist (ABS) teaching license in four years.
- Special education teacher in elementary, middle, or high schools
- 18-21 transition programs
- Social service agencies
Special education BS with Early Childhood Special Education (ECSE) licensure
Earn your bachelor's of science in special education and early childhood special education teaching license in four years. Upon graduation, you'll be eligible to be certified to teach infants, toddlers, and preschoolers with delays/disabilities in a wide variety of home, community, and school settings.
Foundations of special education BS
Gain expertise in the field of special education to expand its reach in schools and society. This degree does not lead to a teaching license.
- Personal care attendant
- Community education coordinator
- Public policymaker
- Assessment coordinator
- Due process coordinator
- Special education parent/student advocate
- Academic or behavioral interventionist
- Work with a variety of disability organizations