Careers and Outcomes

Providing an education for all

In the 2017-18 school year, seven million students received special education services in school.

With a master’s degree in special education, you’ll be helping those students succeed.

Join good company: One in eight educators in Missouri graduated from Missouri State University.

Where do our graduates work?

Your emphasis area can lead you to the career options you want.

Blindness and low vision

Resource, itinerant, or residential teacher to students with visual impairment.

Autism spectrum disorder

Schools and agencies that serve students who have a variety of disabilities on the autism spectrum.

Special education alternative certification track (SEACT)

Within schools serving students with mild to moderate disabilities in various types of teaching settings.

  • Co-teaching classrooms
  • Resource or cross categorical classrooms
  • Functional skills classrooms

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