- Expectations for Online Students
- Specialization Areas: List of Courses
- Special Education Minor
- Special Education Field Experiences
- BCBA/ABA Intensive Practicum
- Course Rotation Schedule
Areas of Study
- Board Certified Behavior Analyst/Applied Behavior Analysis (BCBA/ABA)
- Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
- Early Childhood Special Education (ECSE)
- Emotional Disturbance (ED/EBD)
- Intellectual Disabilities (ID)
- Gifted/Talented (G/T)
- Learning Disabilities (LD/SLD)
- Visual Impairment (VI)
- Special Education Strategist (i.e., combination of ID, ED, and LD)
- General Special Education (a “build your own” degree)
A graduate certificate of 12 credits in the area of ASD.
A student choosing to pursue a master’s degree in special education should not take more than nine credits before admission to the program. Only nine “non-degree” credits are eligible for inclusion in the master’s program of study.
Note that only students admitted to the master’s program in Special Education, or who have completed a master’s degree in Special Education at UND, are eligible to take advanced coursework in special education (e.g., assessment, methods, internship).