Department of Special Education, Rehabilitation, and Counseling


 Dedicated to excellence in instruction, research, and outreach

For application information and materials, visit our Academic Programs page. 

Through a combination of coursework and closely supervised clinical experiences our graduate programs in Counselor Education and Counseling Psychology help students develop the tools they need to address psychological, social and environmental barriers to educational achievement and personal development.   

Our Special Education programs prepare students to serve individuals with special needs and disabilities as special education teachers. Students acquire skills necessary to work with children of all ages with mental retardation, learning disabilities and behavior disorders.  

In the Rehabilitation programs, students are prepared to serve people with disabilities at the postschool age level through a number of potential career pursuits including vocational evaluation and adjustment, case management, and rehabilitation counseling.

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Korea Student Exchange Program - 2014 application

ALATEC 2013 October 23-24

Asha Dickerson (COUN) selected Emerging Leader

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