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The Collaborative Approach to Training Transition Specialists (CATTS) program provides scholars with rigorous master's level coursework and training focused on research-based transition practices associated with improved outcomes for youth with disabilities.

Through coursework and a variety of applied experiences, students will be prepared to collaborate with other professionals and transition stakeholders, as well as to serve students with disabilities who are considered high need. CATTS scholars program graduates earn a M.Ed. degree in Collaborative Teacher Special Education and meet Alabama’s requirements for a collaborative teacher education certification.

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