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The UNO Sign Language Interpreter program prepares students to enter a critical career field.
Kabao Lor’s service learning experience helped prepare her for a Speech-Language Pathology career.
A student and professor react to impact of poet Amanda Gorman on the SLP field
Early Childhood Inclusive Major prepares aspiring educators.
The College of Education joins network to address national shortage of special education teachers.
Special Education alumna Sr. Rosemary Arrah works with UNO students to provide books to youth in her native Cameroon.
We have partnered with Educational Leadership to offer the new Special Education Supervisor endorsement.
Our commitment to accessibility includes distance-friendly options. Graduate programs in Behavior Intervention Specialist, Inclusion/Collaboration, and Special Education are all available online.
We recognize that learning is not exclusively restricted to the classroom. A combination of clinical experiences and service opportunities will support your academic coursework. This year alone, our on-campus Speech-Language Hearing Clinic, staffed by UNO faculty and students, provided more than 1,300 hours of clinical services.
At UNO you will benefit from an engaged and dedicated faculty as well as a metropolitan environment. Our department and UNO has strong ties within the Omaha community allowing for opportunities that increase your readiness for your future career and life in an ever-changing world.