Most Affordable Special Education & Teaching Colleges in California 2022

Do you want to become a special education teacher/instructor? If yes, this post will be of help to you. Here, I’ve compiled a list of best special education and teaching colleges in California. Here, readers will find the following details – list of colleges, rating, fees, programs/majors, awards and degrees, admission requirements, tests and more.

Special Education Colleges California

Come, let us check out the list of special education and teaching colleges now. Here it is –

 

Affordable/Cheapest Special Education & Teaching Colleges in California for 2022

College

Fees/Cost

Imperial Valley College$1,814
Oxnard College$2,628
MiraCosta College$2,856
Cerritos College$3,128
California State University-Los Angeles$3,255
Fresno City College$4,320
Moorpark College$4,336
Cuyamaca College$4,368
Mt San Antonio College$4,387
Clovis Community College$4,432
Reedley College$4,482
California State University-Dominguez Hills$4,594
Skyline College$4,732
Canada College$4,870
Long Beach City College$5,041
Citrus College$5,194
Golden West College$5,530
City College of San Francisco$5,571
Santiago Canyon College$5,600
Pasadena City College$5,633
Las Positas College$5,678
Yuba College$5,825
California State University-Fresno$6,002
Santa Monica College$6,006
Allan Hancock College$6,225
De Anza College$6,238
Mission College$6,249
Southwestern College$6,329
College of the Canyons$6,538
Foothill College$6,662
Santa Ana College$6,757
Riverside City College$6,782
Moreno Valley College$6,858
Palomar College$6,988
Chabot College$7,005
Norco College$7,086
American River College$7,089
Rio Hondo College$7,123
Saddleback College$7,298
Diablo Valley College$7,311
West Valley College$7,541
Butte College$7,613
Mt San Jacinto Community College District$7,736
California State University-San Bernardino$7,876
Taft College$8,089
Fullerton College$8,198
Los Angeles Trade Technical College$8,670
California State University-Northridge$8,694
Los Angeles City College$8,875
Coastline Community College$8,882
San Bernardino Valley College$9,209
California State University-Long Beach$9,903
Los Angeles Valley College$10,778
California State University-East Bay$10,902
Feather River Community College District$10,978
East Los Angeles College$11,015
Modesto Junior College$12,131
Compton College$12,173
College of the Desert$12,270
California State University-San Marcos$13,010
San Jose City College$13,818
Evergreen Valley College$14,076
San Diego State University$14,499
San Francisco State University$15,166
University of California-Los Angeles$15,718
University of California-Davis$15,886
University of California-Berkeley$18,522
Fresno Pacific University$19,298
Ashford University$20,415
Hope International University$20,850
California Polytechnic State University-San Luis Obispo$21,232
Holy Names University$23,407
Brandman University$23,781
Notre Dame de Namur University$24,682
Mills College$25,417
University of La Verne$27,933
Concordia University-Irvine$28,435
National University$29,382
California Lutheran University$29,693
Mount Saint Mary’s University$29,708
University of Redlands$31,180
University of the Pacific$33,178
Point Loma Nazarene University$33,183
Biola University$33,331
Dominican University of California$34,905
University of San Diego$35,936
Saint Mary’s College of California$36,613
University of Southern California$37,521
University of San Francisco$38,422
Chapman University$43,767
Loyola Marymount University$47,292
Alder Graduate School of EducationNA
Alliant International University-San DiegoNA
Antioch University-Santa BarbaraNA
Touro University CaliforniaNA
United States UniversityNA

 

In order to rank these colleges, I’ve used the ‘affordability’ factor. I’ve used the ‘net cost’ of education parameter to rank these colleges.

 

Come, let us take a close look at prominent special education and teaching programs/majors. Here is the list –

 

Best Special Education & Teaching programs/majors

  • Special education and teaching (General)
  • Special education and teaching (Other)
  • Education/Teaching of individuals in Early Childhood Special Education programs
  • Education/Teaching of individuals in Elementary Special Education programs
  • Education/Teaching of individuals in Junior High/Middle School Special Education programs
  • Education/Teaching of individuals in Secondary Special Education programs
  • Education/Teaching of individuals who are developmentally delayed
  • Education/Teaching of individuals with autism
  • Education/Teaching of individuals with emotional disturbances
  • Education/Teaching of individuals with hearing impairments including deafness
  • Education/Teaching of individuals with intellectual disabilities
  • Education/Teaching of individuals with multiple disabilities
  • Education/Teaching of individuals with orthopedic and other physical health impairments
  • Education/Teaching of individuals with specific learning disabilities
  • Education/Teaching of individuals with speech or language impairments
  • Education/Teaching of individuals with traumatic brain injuries
  • Education/Teaching of individuals with vision impairments including blindness
  • Education/Teaching of the gifted and talented

 

These programs/majors span degrees/academic levels such as – Bachelor’s Degree, Master’s Degree, Doctor’s Degree, Postgraduate Certificate etc. Do you want to know more about the admission process? If yes, check out the next section. In the next section, we will take a close look at aspects such as – admission requirements and tests.

 

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Admission requirements and tests

These are some of the popular admission requirements –

  • Secondary School GPA
  • Secondary School Rank
  • Secondary School Record
  • Completion of college-preparatory Program
  • Recommendations
  • Admission Tests (SAT/ACT)
  • TOEFL

 

Depending upon the college, the above requirements may be labeled as – required, recommended or considered but not required. In short, admission requirements may vary slightly from one college to another.

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