COLLABORATIVE SPECIAL EDUCATION

Earn your Bachelor of Science in Collaborative Special Education K-6 at the University of Mobile in an atmosphere that truly embodies the idea that, “We are more alike than different!"
Cindy Erickson

Dr. Cynthia Erickson
Assistant Professor of Education
cerickson@umobile.edu
251.442.2392

Bachelor of Science in Collaborative Special Education K-6

The University of Mobile’s Collaborative Special Education K-6 major leads to Alabama teacher certification and qualifies teachers to teach special education in grades K-6.

Employment prospects remain excellent, as disabilities are identified earlier and children with disabilities enroll in special education programs.

 Some characteristics of effective professionals in the field of special education include patience, creativity, compassion, perseverance, assessment and organizational skills.


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PROGRAM BENEFITS

 - Small 13:1 student-faculty ratio means small classes and individual attention from School of Education faculty
- Practicum experiences in classrooms start in your sophomore year
- Qualify for Alabama State Teacher Certification in Collaborative Special Education K-6

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES


Special Education Teacher
Family/Child Advocate
Non-profit Organization
Curriculum Developer
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“The Collaborative Special Education K-6 degree at the University of Mobile trains pre-service teachers in serving students with a variety of learning abilities. Training focuses on what students can do rather than what they can’t do; re-enforcing strengths and maintenance of skills in both academics and life skills.”

Cynthia Erickson, EdD
Program Coordinator, Collaborative Special Education
Assistant Professor of Education


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