Special Education, Rehabilitation, and Counseling

Department of

Special Education, Rehabilitation, and Counseling

2084 Haley Center, Auburn, AL 36849
(334) 844-7676

Dedicated to Excellence

Through a combination of coursework and clinical experience 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 intellectual disabilities, learning disabilities and behavior disorders.  

In our Rehabilitation programs, students are prepared to serve people with disabilities at the postschool age level. Career pursuits including vocational evaluation and adjustment, case management, and rehabilitation counseling.

Our Beliefs

We believe in the full rights, privileges, and opportunities for all people inclusive of race, religion, culture, creed, gender, orientation, or disability. We embrace diversity in all its forms in our academic and service delivery programs.

Program Information and Application

Department and College of Education programs


Financial support and opportunities

Counseling and Counseling Psychology

Graduate programs


Graduate and undergraduate programs

Special Education

Graduate and undergraduate programs