Want to teach students with diverse learning needs and abilities and help them find success in inclusive classroom settings? Achieve your professional goals with the collaborative/special education teacher program at Troy University. As a special education major at TROY, you’ll learn from an experienced faculty who are committed to your growth and success. You’ll also gain valuable collaborative teaching experience through field experiences and an internship at local and regional schools, preparing you for in-demand special education teacher jobs across Alabama and the country.
Apply your classroom learning in professional educational settings through built-in,
hands-on experiences at local and regional schools. Through field experiences and
an internship in collaborative/special education teaching, you’ll be exposed to the
special education field well before you graduate. You’ll learn from experienced educators
who will mentor and guide you, providing you with the feedback and insights you need
to be successful in special education teaching jobs.
Through your special education teacher internship, you’ll build a dynamic network and make connections with potential employers and future colleagues. By gaining relevant teaching experience, you’ll also enhance your resume and teaching portfolio. Additionally, you can become globally aware through study abroad opportunities with the College of Education.
TROY’s special education degree prepares you to become a collaborative/special education teacher who can work with students who have a wide and varied spectrum of abilities. At TROY, you’ll learn how to adapt general education lessons and teach various subjects, such as reading, writing and math to students with mild to moderate disabilities.