Success in special education relies on knowledge, training, and passion. At Ball State, special education majors will have the added advantages of working in well-equipped facilities with the latest technologies.
The TEACH Lab is an adaptive computer lab. The lab is part of the learning experience for all special education majors and is also open to the community to serve children through age 18.
The Center for Autism Spectrum Disorder is a resource for individuals with ASD, their families, and the professionals who work with them. Students work with faculty to engage in innovate research, projects, and training.
The Psychoeducational Diagnostic Intervention Clinic offers psychological and educational assessments to the public and provides real-world, service-learning opportunities for students.
The best way to get a true feel for Ball State is to spend some time here, so we encourage you and your family to schedule a campus visit soon. Take a tour, attend an information session, meet with a professor in your academic area of interest, and ask plenty of questions.