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Special Education Degrees

More than just about any other career field, teaching special education requires a person with a special set of skills. It takes special knowledge, strong teaching skills, compassion, humor, creativity and patience.
If you have the desire, the Auburn Montgomery undergraduate program in Special Education will provide you the specific skills needed to teach children, adolescents and young adults identified with specific disabilities. 

Click on the concentrations below to get a detailed list of all of the courses required to complete each degree.

Students can also earn dual certification in Collaborative Teacher K-6/Elementary Education.
Through coursework and laboratory experiences within the professional studies component of each program, we'll help you develop the cognitive and affective skills that will enable you to become a successful, competent, committed, reflective educator.

Career Possibilities

Assistant Principal

Educational Coach

Assistant Professor

Preschool Director

Central Office


Student Council for Exceptional Children is a subdivision of The Council for Exceptional Children (CEC), the largest international professional organization dedicated to improving the educational success of individuals with disabilities and/or gifts and talents. For more information about the SCEC contact the faculty advisor Dr. Sara Bicard at 334-244-3401 or