Special Education Programs

Undergraduate degree/licensure program

In the Bachelor of Science degree/licensure program, undergraduate students complete the requirements for both licensure¹ as an intervention specialist and the Bachelor of Science degree concurrently.

Intervention Specialist licensure areas


Master of Education degree/licensure program

In the Master of Education degree/licensure program, graduate students complete the requirements for both licensure¹ or endorsement² as an intervention specialist and the Master of Education degree concurrently.


Graduate non-degree licensure program

In the non-degree graduate licensure program, a student will complete components for licensure¹ or endorsement² as an intervention specialist.


Master of Education degree program (non licensure)

In a Master of Education degree program which does not include the requirements for licensure, a student will complete a 30 credit hour program that consists of a 12 credit hour core and an 18 credit hour concentration in special education. A written comprehensive exam or research paper presentation is also required.

¹ Intervention Specialist licensure areas:

² Endorsement areas: