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Visual Impairment Education, BS in Education

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The Ohio State University is proud to have one of only 5 undergraduate programs in the country preparing students to become teachers of students with visual impairments.  With a current employment rate of 100%, this program offers students the opportunity to learn about braille, adapting educational materials for students with visual impairments, how the eye works, eye diseases and anatomy, as well as how to include students with visual impairments in the general education curriculum.  Graduates of the program work as itinerant teachers, resource room teachers and classroom teachers at specialized schools for the blind.

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Teacher of students with Visual Impairments
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Deadline to apply

November 1,

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