Employers Value Special Education Majors
The Bachelor of Science in Education in Special Education prepares students to teach children and youth with disabilities who receive special education services in schools. Students in the program work closely with faculty who have extensive experience working with children and youth with disabilities, and participate in both rigorous, practical coursework and applied classroom experiences. Those who successfully complete the program and receive a passing score on the appropriate Georgia Assessments for the Certification of Educators (GACE) test(s) will be certified to teach in one of three special education areas. Graduates go on to teach in charter, public, private and specialized school settings.
Nick Cannon started his career doing stand up comedy on the Baptist TV channel run by his dad.
Regularly going to the gym can increase your GPA.
Research shows that college students who run regularly don't get as stressed during exams as their non-running peers.
Sculpture student Jakub Hadrava created ghosts to inhabit an abandoned church. The ghosts generated tourism, which paid to repair the church.
Only 7% of the world has a college education.
Carrie Underwood earned college credit for being on American Idol.
The hiring rate for students who complete an unpaid internship is only 37%, while paid student interns are hired 63% of the time.
Participating in sports in high school and college increases self-confidence, self-respect, and leadership skills.
When he was in college, Tesla and SpaceX founder Elon Musk transformed his house into a nightclub to pay his rent.
A U.S. study found that 77% of college grads surveyed in 2016 believed that their education helped prepare them for work.
TOP EMPLOYERS OF GSU SPECIAL EDUCATION GRADS AND AVERAGE SALARY
CHILD LIFE SPECIALIST
Current National Average Salary by Degree Level for All Majors
U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
|$64.8K Bachelors||$77.8K Masters||$97.9K Doctorate|