This Department was opened in 2007, and it aims to prepare teachers for special education programmes by training them to work with individuals with special needs (students with disabilities and students of exceptional intelligence or talents) in the public and private sectors. The Department aims to produce graduates with impeccable skills and abilities and who will have mastered cutting-edge knowledge in their field. The University has consistently ensured that this Department has distinct faculty members who are capable of delivering quality lectures and conducting research and field work and who waste no effort in their relentless quest for further and more refined knowledge in their field.
Our mission is to produce specialized graduates who are scientifically and professionally qualified to provide the community and the people who have special needs with the needed services.
- Providing students with the knowledge and skills necessary to deal with people with special needs.
- Developing modern ethical and humanitarian values in dealing with people with special needs.
- Equipping students with the professional skills and theoretical orientation necessary for rehabilitating persons with special needs.
- Developing the skills of faculty members to keep up with developments in special needs research and to grow professionally.
- Cooperation with community organizations to provide services to people with special needs.
About the School
AAU Started providing academic services in 1990, Al-Ahliyya Amman University (AAU) was the first private university and pioneer of private education in Jordan.