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Special Education Interventionist K-8

Learn the most innovative, instructional practices to help students succeed in the classroom.

Belmont University’s graduate program in Special Education, grades kindergarten through 8th grade, combines rigorous coursework with the most innovative, evidenced-based practices and mentorship from faculty members and experts. This program provides in-depth, hands-on field and clinical experiences to help individuals become the very best teacher possible.

Each graduate student pursuing this special education degree builds a repertoire of evidence based instructional practices, learns to leverage key partnerships needed to support all students and develops vital leadership attributes to impact the lives of all of the students that they encounter.

Belmont’s program in special education offers the opportunity to craft a program of study that builds in an additional specialized concentration for their degree. Graduate students are frequently also interested in coursework that leads to additional licensure in Elementary Education, English as a Second Language or Secondary Education.