B.S. in PreK-8 Special Education with PreK-4 Elementary Education

B.S. in PreK-8 Special with PreK-4 Elementary Education ​

The Bachelor of Science degree in PreK-8 special education with PreK-4 elementary education prepares students to be impactful leaders and skilled educators.
 
During the course of study, students majoring in PreK-4 elementary education will take courses specific to their major, along with a core of liberal arts courses. Along with 101 credit hours of major coursework, PreK-8 special education and PreK-4 elementary education majors are exposed to real-life teaching situations during field experiences and student teaching.
 
Students should refer to the College Bulletin​ for major status sheets and information regarding state-specific certification requirements that are additional to the curriculum. 
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