The Collaborative Teacher Program (CTP) leads to a undergraduate or graduate degree with certification at the Alabama Class “B,” “A,” or “AA” level, with endorsement at the elementary level as a Collaborative Special Education Teacher (K-6) and/or at the secondary level as Collaborative Special Education Teacher (6-12).
The Special Education and Multiple Abilities Program faculty recognizes special education as a dynamic field dedicated to the realization of human potential. It is the mission of the Collaborative Teacher Program to facilitate ideas and professional knowledge necessary to maximize learning opportunities for prospective practitioners and ultimately for children experiencing cognitive, social, behavioral, physical and/or multiple disabilities.
- Bachelor of Science in Education
- Master of Arts
- Alternative Master of Arts
- Education Specialist
- Doctor of Education
- Doctor of Philosophy
For more information about the undergraduate programs, please contact Dr. Keith Chapman.
For more information about the graduate programs (K-6), please contact Dr. Kagendo Mutua.
For more information about the graduate programs (6-12), please contact Dr. Ed Ellis.