In the developmental disabilities program, you'll receive the training you need to teach students, kindergarten through age 21, with developmental disabilities. You'll leave the program with your license and the skills you need to help solve the challenges of learning for students with developmental disabilities and their families.
Rated #8 in the nation among special education graduate programs by U.S. News & World Report in 2017
Graduates of the developmental disabilities licensure program:
All classes are offered in the evening to allow students to maintain full time employment while completing course requirements. Most courses are taught in person on the Minneapolis campus.
The developmental disability and special education M.Ed. program require the completion of 55-61 credits. Your total number of required credits may vary based on previous educational experience or licensures.
Note: This plan is an example only. You'll work with your advisor to develop a course schedule specific to your needs.
Visit the College of Education and Human Development's Finance and Funding page for information on tuition.