The major in Special Education is designed to prepare undergraduate candidates to become highly proficient in the delivery of instruction and services to all school aged children and adolescents with exceptionalities. The program consists of a 48-credit hour major plus a 24-credit hour cognate (in lieu of a minor).
The Special Education program is nationally accredited by the Council for Exceptional Children.
Candidates are selected each October to begin studies in the subsequent spring semester as a cohort. Additional information may be obtained by contacting Effie Kritikos at email@example.com.
Northeastern Illiniois University offers flexible course offerings, small class sizes and an affordable education.
The Special Education major programs are offered at both the Main Campus and El Centro.
Take a closer look at the bachelor's degree in Special Education and the courses offered toward the degree.
If you are interested in the program or have questions, please contact Special Education at (773) 442-5580.
Northeastern Illinois University is home to students from all corners of the world and is one of the most ethnically diverse universities in the nation. Our small class sizes, flexible schedules and dedicated faculty can help you succeed in your studies.
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