In general, graduates of the special education master’s degree program work as intervention specialists (teachers) in various K-12 education settings, including schools, hospitals, vocational training facilities, and other institutions providing educational services for individuals with disabilities. Some graduates of the special education program work as advocates and/or case managers for social agencies.
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No. You must choose one program to apply for in any given semester.
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