Our program prepares teachers and early interventionists to serve children with a variety of disabilities from birth through grade 6 in a range of settings from home to elementary school.  Graduates are prepared to implement evidence-based practices that support families and the development of young children who have or are at risk for developmental delays and disabilities, as well as elementary-age students with disabilities.

This program is offered on-campus only.

Academic Advisor

Ashley Sullivan
Director of Academic Advising, Office of Student Services


Special Opportunities

  • Working with Diverse Learners: You will have many opportunities to work with diverse learners in schools and communities.

  • Practica: You will have the opportunity to work in three different educational settings before your clinical residency.

  • Clinical Residency: As a culminating experience, you will complete a clinical residency in a school setting that spans a full semester.

Ready to join the Auburn Family?

Visit Auburn’s Undergraduate Admissions page to learn more about admissions requirements, deadlines, and how to begin your application. War Eagle!

Last updated: 04/23/2024