Bachelor of Special Needs Education (BSNEd) with specialization in Early Childhood Education is a four-year program that trains students for educating young children (birth through age 8) who have exceptional needs. It provides a solid foundation for early intervention and education strategies for children with special needs. The program's purpose is to produce enthusiastic, inventive, and capable educators who have a strong understanding of and experience putting these ideas into reality. The curriculum also trains teachers to teach and manage students with special needs in both inclusive and segregated educational environments. Its graduates will be prepared to teach the core curriculum as well as different curricula based on the needs of the students. The program finishes with an extensive teaching internship in various partnering public and private schools and institutions under the supervision of highly experienced professional instructors.