Special Education

Minor Program offered by the College of Education

A minor in Special Education consists of 18 hours, and is suggested for students in other undergraduate degree programs interested in working with children and young adults with disabilities, including those in Human Development and Family Science, Kinesiology, Applied Behavior Analysis, Speech and Language Pathology/Audiology, or Disability and Addiction Rehabilitation.

A competitive Accelerated Master's path is available through this minor, allowing undergraduate students to potentially finish both their bachelor's and master's degree in five years. Contact Pamela Peak for more information.

  • Program Facilitator

    Brenda L. Barrio

Faculty
 

  • Brenda L. Barrio
  • Miriam Chacon Boesch
  • Mei Chang
  • Bertina Hildreth Combes
  • Angela Patton