Interested in earning both your bachelor’s degree and master’s degree in as few as five years? The Special Education Accelerated Master’s Program offers students pursuing the Bachelor of Science Mild to Moderate Disabilities degree the opportunity to begin taking graduate courses during their final year. After completing the undergraduate program, students take another year of courses to complete the master’s degree in the specialization area of their choice:
- Severe and multiple disabilities (hybrid program)
- Deaf and hard of hearing (online program)
- Visual impairment (hybrid program)
Eligible students in the mild to moderate disabilities undergraduate program can apply to the Accelerated Master's Program during their junior year.