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The Special Education program at The Ohio State University has been preparing teachers and leaders in the field for over half a century. The program offers three undergraduate specializations, four master's specializations, a doctoral specialization, three licensure-only programs, and one endorsement program. Our licensure programs are accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) and the Council for Exceptional Children, and our graduate programs in applied behavior analysis are accredited by the Association for Applied Behavior Analysis International.
So here is the bottom line. In my view, unless a) you are absolutely sure that your child is not interested a teaching career or b) money is no object, you should check to be sure that any LAC you are considering allows undergraduates to major in education. Otherwise, cross it off your list.