Accelerated Master's in Special Education, Autism Spectrum Disorder Emphasis

Why choose an accelerated option?

It shortens the time to earn your master’s degree. Earn graduate credit as you complete your bachelor’s degree.

How it works

Up to 12 hours of credit will count toward both your bachelor’s and master’s degrees.

If you meet admission requirements, you’ll start your graduate studies in special education during your junior year.

You’ll finish your bachelor’s degree as your working toward your master’s degree.

Get two degrees, sooner. Save time and money.

Accelerated option admission requirements
  1. Junior standing, with an overall GPA of 3.00 or better
  2. Admission to teacher education
  3. Completion of SPE 515 with a B or higher
  4. Acceptance of the applicant by the graduate faculty in special education under the accelerated masters option