No. 1 Rehabilitation Counseling Program
The rehabilitation counseling program, ranked No. 1 in the nation by U.S. News & World Report, prepares graduates to improve the quality of life and foster inclusion for individuals with disabilities. The program gives students exposure to leaders, individual contributors, consumer and advocacy groups, and others in the field.
No. 6 Special Education Program
The top-10 ranked special education program with teacher certification prepares students to assume leadership positions dedicated to enhancing the education of all students. The general master’s program is flexible and can be tailored to the goals of each student.
Our researchers address some of society’s most critical needs in education and health. The impact of this work reaches far beyond campus, across Wisconsin and the globe. Our students work hand in hand on projects focused on positive behavior interventions, transition outcomes for youth with disabilities, and the overall well-being of individuals with disabilities.
- ‘Learning Laboratory’ in Northern Wisconsin high school works to reduce racial disparities
- Madison College and UW–Madison School of Education to sign transfer agreement
- State Journal highlights U.S. Secretary of Education’s visit to UW–Madison
- Students, recent graduate, and Dean Hess meet with U.S. Secretary of Education Cardona
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