The KU Special Education Department offers both online and traditional graduate degree programs focusing on Transition Education and Services.
The University of Kansas, Department of Special Education Masters of Science in Education with an emphasis in Transition Education and Services is a 30 credit hour graduate program offered fully online. Within the masters program, a minimum of 15 hours must be met from the Transition core.
The KU Transition Certificate (KU TransCert)is an online graduate certificate program offered through the University of Kansas (KU), Department of Special Education. This online training program provides a series of transition coursework for secondary special education professionals. Completion of the coursework series leads to a KU Graduate Certificate in Transition. The KU TransCert Program consists of five(5) online transition courses for a total of 15 graduate credit hours.
The University of Kansas, Department of Special Education doctoral program in Secondary Special Education & Transition (KU SET) is designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills necessary to address the complexity of today's policies and practices related to secondary education service provision, special education transition services, community and adult systems, and the needs of underserved populations. This program includes coursework in major and minor areas of doctoral study, as well as opportunities for field-based internship experiences at local, state and national levels.
For more information about all the Graduate Programs please contact Dr. Mary E. Morningstar