Special Education Bachelor's Degree at Cambridge Campus
Granted by Minnesota State University Moorhead, the 2+2 program leads to a bachelor's degree in Special Education with licensure in the areas of specific Learning Disabilities and Emotional/Behavior Disorders.
The 2+2 program prepares students to teach in a K-12 setting.
Formats differ per class. The primary delivery method is online. Some hybrid and in-person formats also used and offered at the Anoka-Ramsey Community College Cambridge Campus.
For more information about the 2+2 programs, please email Dr. Sue Severson, School of Teaching and Learning, or call 218-477-2585.
Students will take some coursework at Anoka-Ramsey that MSUM will substitute for required courses. Students need to apply to admission at MSUM. Students will also need to apply to the Teacher Education program at MSUM (SARTE). Students should contact Dr. Severson to schedule a meeting for support in this process.