Education Specialist (Special Education) Teaching Credential Program Overview: Kalmanovitz School of Education

Date & Time:
Monday, December 6, 2021 - 12 p.m.

Get a first look at how a Saint Mary’s graduate education can empower and expand your capacity to make a lasting change in the world. Come imagine your future from the comfort of your own home!

Whether you are already a teacher who wants to focus on special education, or you simply have a calling for teaching children with exceptional needs, this Mild-to-Moderate Education Specialist (Special Education) Teaching Credential program will prepare you with the knowledge and skills necessary for a successful and rewarding career teaching K–12th grade students with autism spectrum disorder, specific learning disabilities, emotional disturbances, mild-to-moderate intellectual disabilities, and other health impairments (including ADD and ADHD).

You will learn about:

  • Admission Requirements
  • Application Deadlines
  • Program Expenses
  • Core Classes

Our Program Overviews are currently being held virtually and are hosted by both faculty and admissions/program staff. These events offer an overview of the history and traditions of Saint Mary's College, as well as detailed information about our distinctive graduate programs offered in Counseling, Leadership and Teacher Education. You will have the opportunity to participate in small group discussions and ask questions relating to your individual program of interest.


Admissions Office
Kalmanovitz School of Education
Saint Mary's College of California

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