Special Education License Completion
If your goal is to make a real difference in the lives of children with special needs, you should consider an advanced degree in Special Education. Our program is based in culturally-relevant socially just pedagogy with restorative justice practices, ensuring that the needs of today’s learners in inclusive classrooms are our priority.
Licensing for Teachers:
- Edgewood College's program in Special Education is offered to individuals who already possess a bachelor's degree and wish to be certified with a license to teach youth with special educational needs.
- Completion of the entire license sequence qualifies you for all of the following Wisconsin DPI license categories:
- Middle Childhood through Early Adolescence - Regular Education (Ages 6-13)
- Early Adolescence through Adolescence - Special Education (Ages 10-21)
Master's Degree & Advanced License:
Obtain your master’s degree in conjunction with an advanced special education license by completing just 6 additional credits.