Special Education (M.S.E.)

The Graduate Program in Special Education provides graduate courses and experiences leading to licensure for teaching students with disabilities in Special Education.  Licensure in Special Education can be obtained through our MSE program or Alternative Licensure Plan.  Contact us to discuss which option is best for you. You can find a list of requirements here. 

For those who are not teachers but desire to work with special needs young children and their families, we have the Developmental Therapist Certification program, which meets the Arkansas Department of Human Services requirements for developmental therapist certification.  We also offer a Master of Science in Developmental Therapy, which includes all courses required for developmental therapy certification. 

Contact Information:

Dr. Peggy Woodall
Assistant Professor of Special Education
(870) 230-5213
woodalp@hsu.edu

Mrs. Carolyn Dyer 
Assistant Professor of Special Education
dyerc@hsu.edu
(870) 230-5282

Dr. Glenda Hyer
Assistant Professor of Special Education
(870) 230-5205
hyerg@hsu.edu 

M.S.E. Degree Plan

Early Childhood Special Education Degree Plan

 Instructional Specialist Special Education 4-12

Alternative License/Certification Plans

 Alternative Early Childhood

 Alternative 4-12

Developmental Therapist Certificate

  

  

 

 

 
 
 
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