The Special Education Program in the Department of Education offers multiple online courses this fall that will lead to educator licensure in Special Education. Designed for individuals with a bachelor’s degree and experience in a relevant field. Preference will be awarded to provisionally licensed teachers working in classrooms.

Classes are led by experienced educators with renowned expertise in their field.  Course work can be applied toward the Masters Degree.*

School Districts have the ability to pay for course work through ESSER funds, see your supervisor or district office staff to see if you are eligible.

Available Spring 2023 courses for open enrollment toward licensure include the following:

Specific requirements for the K – Age 21 Special Education Track include:

Department Chair:

Program Coodinator:

Faculty Bios:

*Pending application and acceptance into the master’s program. Those interested in licensure and the masters should apply for admissions prior to the end of the first semester.