The B.S.Ed. with a major in Special Education program prepares candidates to teach students with disabilities who attend preschool through high school programs, as well as preschoolers receiving special education services. The program allows teacher candidates to choose between two concentrations. One concentration leads to certification in special education - adapted curriculum while the other leads to certification in special education - general curriculum. Graduates sometimes choose other jobs in related social service areas or pursue teacher certification in additional areas of specialty at the graduate/post-baccalaureate level. The learning outcomes for the students who receive the Bachelor of Science in Special Education are taken from the Special Education Initial Content Standards and the Initial Knowledge and Skills Sets of the Council for Exceptional Children.