To prepare special educators to design and to deliver effective research-based instruction that results in optimal developmental, life-skills and academic student outcomes.
The programs in Special Education at Cleveland State University are designed to prepare teachers to work with young children and K-12 students who have disabilities. The majors are designed to provide course work in the education of learners with exceptional needs.
There are three different majors including: Early Childhood Intervention Specialist, Mild/Moderate Intervention Specialist, & Moderate/Intensive Intervention Specialist. The Mild/Moderate and Moderate/Intensive majors can be pursued at the Bachelor’s Degree level. All majors are offered at the Master’s Degree level. In addition, specific licensure only programs are also available at the graduate level.