Educational Foundations and Exceptionalities (EFEX)
James Madison University's EFEX Department is committed to the preparation of educators and others who teach and serve individuals with exceptionalities, and their families in a diverse society.
We recognize and support the professional development of our students as a life-long endeavor and our programs are designed to develop and enhance each student's personal and professional growth as an effective, reflective and resilient educator.
If special education is something that you are interested in but you're not sure which program would work best for you, then check out the many options that EFEX offers for different types of prospective students.
Our special education programs offer coursework options at the Graduate and Undergraduate levels for individuals interested in pursuing licensure in either Early Childhood SPED (0-5 yrs) or K-12, students with disabilities accessing the general curriculum.
In addition to our licensure programs, options exist for persons interested in learning more about individuals with disabilities and their educational needs.
The EFEX Department also offers Undergraduate level coursework to students interested in working with individuals with disabilities but who are not seeking teacher licensure.
Dr. John Almarode Named Interim EFEX Department Head
Dr. John Almarode has been appointed to serve as Interim Department Head for the Department of Educational Foundations and Exceptionalities ... Read More >
CoE Summer 2014 Move
Due to Fire Alarm System upgrades, the College of Education will be moving out of Memorial Hall for the Summer! ... Read More >
EFEX Institutional Work Study Opportunity
The Educational Foundations and Exceptionalities department is seeking to hire someone for an Institutional Work Study position for the Fall ... Read More >