Collaborative Teacher Special Education M.Ed./M.S.

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Our Collaborative Teacher Special Education (K-12) master’s degree prepares students to be advanced teachers who serve students with disabilities at the elementary (K-6) and secondary (6-12) grade-levels.  Graduates are prepared to work with children and youth who have disabilities and implement evidence-based practices to meet their individual needs. Our program is available online and on campus.

Alternative Degree Overview | Traditional Degree Overview | Admissions | Faculty | Cost & Financial Support | Opportunities for Students


Alternative Degree Overview

Teaching Field Coursework — 21 hours

  • At least 1/3 of program shall be in teaching field courses

Professional Studies Coursework — 18 to 33 hours

  • Clinical Residency Requirement: Passing score on Praxis II—Special Education: Core Knowledge and Application (0354/5354).
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Traditional Degree Overview

Coursework — 33 hours

  • At least 1/3 of program shall be in teaching field courses
  • A practicum course is required
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Admissions

Prerequisites

  • Minimum GPA 2.75
  • Three letters of reference
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Application Deadlines

  • July 1 for Fall
  • November 1 for Spring
  • March 15 for Summer
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Faculty

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Cost & Financial Support

Cost

Tuition & Cost

Financial Assistance


Opportunities for Students