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Special Education - Masters - Autism Spectrum Disorders

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Admission

An individual pursuing a special education Master's degree and/or endorsement/licensure in elementary or secondary education must hold a valid general education teaching certificate. Individuals pursuing nonteaching careers in public or private services, research, or professional roles related to children/youth/adults with disabilities and their families can be accepted as non-teaching Master's degree special education graduate students, but must hold bachelor's degrees and have appropriate experience in related fields.

To explore how your academic and career goals fit with our degree or licensure programs, contact Deb Griswold, assoc. professor of practice, at dgriz@ku.edu, or call 785-864-0701.

Application information is separated in domesticinternational and non-degree processes.


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Kim Huggett
Graduate Student Services Manager
khuggett@ku.edu
913-897-8421
785-864-4510