Special Education Graduate Program

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Open the door to your future

Regardless of the emphasis area you choose to study in our program, following graduation a number of doors to future careers will open for you. Students who successfully complete the SEACT program are able to obtain jobs teaching students with cross categorical disabilities, while students in the visual impairment program are competent to serve as residential, itinerant or resource teachers to the visually impaired. Orientation and mobility specialists are prepared to work in public and residential schools serving students with blindness or low vision, and are also prepared for work in public and private rehabilitation settings (including state agencies and the Veteran's Administration) working with adults with blindness or low vision.