Become a Special Ed Teacher in Grades K-12
The Marian University Bachelor of Science in Special Education program develops kindergarten through 12th grade teachers who serve with compassion and have the needed skills and knowledge to positively shape their students’ lives.
Students in the BS in Special Education program learn how to administer special education curricula while facilitating a safe and supportive learning environment. Upon completion, graduates receive a license from the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI) in Special Education for Cross Categorical and Specific Learning Disabilities (1801).
Students in the special ed teacher preparation program gain real-world, hands-on experience relevant to today’s classrooms. They practice skills and demonstrate knowledge through supervised classroom teaching experiences that allow for practical application of learning theory.