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Exceptional Student Education

What You'll Study

The content of Exceptional Student Education courses at Flagler College follows the standards and ethics established and practiced by the Council for Exceptional Children. You'll study professional education, elementary pedagogy, and exceptional student education.

Practical Experience

You'll also take part in practicum courses with schools in the public school system of St. Johns County and other approved districts.

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What's Next?

Once you complete your coursework and pass your FTCE exams, you'll be eligible to obtain a Florida Exceptional Student Education certification to teach grades K-12, Elementary Education (K-6), and endorsements in ESOL & Reading.

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Meet Our Faculty

Cheryl McCarthy

Cheryl McCarthy

Professor, ESE Coordinator
Denise Skarbek

Denise Skarbek

Professor, Director of Assessment in the Department of Education
Michella Maiorana Basas

Michella Maiorana-Basas

Assistant Professor, Coordinator for the Deaf Education Undergraduate Program

Program Details

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Advising

Email our Center for Advising and Core Experience Team with any questions you have about completing this program.

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Major Requirements

Review course descriptions and requirements for our Exceptional Student Education Major.

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Major Checklist

Review the Exceptional Student Education Major checklist to see what is needed to complete this program in 4 years.