CASE-STUDY WRITING PREPARED HER FOR GRAD STUDIES — Julianne Cogley ’14, BS in Disability Services, believes her undergraduate studies have prepared her well for her pursuit of an MA in Student Affairs in Higher Education. “My major courses taught
me how to apply different theoretical perspectives by writing case studies, which has prepared me for graduate-level work and topics covered in many courses,” Cogley said.
It is a good time to be a qualified special education teacher. The need is great, from pre-school to high school. There is also a need for those who can serve adults with disabilities in a variety of settings so that you can assure all people equal education and employment rights.
Depending on your degree from IUP you will have the option of working in a wide variety of capacities in schools, mental health and intellectual disability programs, hospitals, community-based employment/living programs, early intervention programs, residential treatment programs, preschool/day care programs, and other agency service providers for individuals with disabilities.
With an undergraduate degree in disability services, special education, or speech-language pathology, you have many career opportunities in schools, community agencies, mental health facilities, group homes, hospitals, and clinics.
Expand your job choices, become more marketable, and increase your salary potential by completing graduate studies such as:
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