B.S. Ed. in Special Education and Teaching

A teacher and his students in the classroom.

The B.S.Ed. in Special Education and Teaching prepares undergraduate students to serve as licensed special education teachers in licensed special education teachers in PreK-12 schools or in Early Intervention (birth-3) programs. Students are engaged in academic and professional experiences that help them serve as educators and leaders in schools and community-based settings to make a difference in the lives of children, youth and adults with disabilities.



How to apply: Choose your application type (transfer, freshman, or international)
Semester of entry: Fall, spring
Application deadlines for transfers: Fall, Mar. 15 (preferred); spring, Nov. 1. Rolling admissions all year for all terms.
Application deadlines for freshmen: Fall, Nov. 1 (scholarship consideration), Jan. 18 (regular decision - deadline extended); spring, Nov. 1.

The School of Education (SOE) degree programs that lead to professional licensure are designed to prepare students to meet the requirements for professional licensure in the Commonwealth of Virginia as outlined by the Virginia Department of Education (VDOE). The SOE has determined that the curriculum includes applicable educational prerequisites for the following professional licensure(s) and/or certification(s) as outlined on this page of our website.

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Jada Wright, M.Ed.

Contact Jada Wright if you are a prospective student.