Graduates of the Special Education Department become capable teachers who believe in the transformative power of an outstanding education. We prepare distinguished educators who work with students with physical, communicative, cognitive, behavioral and specific learning disabilities. The department carries out the NJCU’s urban mission by teaching students to address the needs of children with disabilities in a multi-ethnic, multicultural, urban environment.
Our experienced faculty members are experts in a range of specialties. They are passionate about building educational opportunities for NJCU students—opportunities that inspire future educators and meet the needs of special needs students and our nation’s schools.
Our comprehensive approach to education the special needs child at all grade levels prepares students for successful careers in a variety of special education settings. We offer undergraduate and graduate programs as well as support for educators going through the teacher certification process. Flexible class scheduling as well as online classes allow traditional and nontraditional students achieve a balance that works for them.
The Department of Special Education offers an undergraduate major in elementary and special education.
The department offers four graduate programs:
The department also offers two certification programs:
Scholarships are available for undergraduate and graduate students currently enrolled in the Deborah Cannon Partridge Wolfe College of Education. Awards range from $250 to $1,200. Please click HERE for more information and the scholarship application. The deadline to apply is Monday, February 13, 2017.
Ria Bhimdass, Administrative Assistant
Location: Professional Studies, Room 350
Phone: (201) 200-3023
Fax: (201) 200-3118
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