Special Education EdD

Considering equity and culture for disability advocates and teachers.

offered by University of San Francisco School of Education

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DESCRIPTION

With a focus on equity, access, and inclusion, the EdD in Special Education prepares students for research, leadership, and higher education teaching. Our interdisciplinary approach, allows students to draw from, critique, and contribute various perspectives on disability and its intersection with other social markers — to advocate for, and walk in solidarity with people with disabilities. Program coursework provides a strong methodological and theoretical foundation, and prepares students for three practicum experiences: higher education teaching, research, and school consultation and collaboration, providing opportunities for career advancement. In each practicum, students are matched with a faculty mentor from USF or another university and given the opportunity to take part in a research study, teach a graduate level course, or collaborate with a community-based organization.

SUBJECTS

  • Special Education
  • Special Education And Teaching
  • Education

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