This Master of Education degree, coupled with a certification in special education, is designed to increase students' understanding of the dynamics of teaching and learning, create supportive learning environments, and refine instructional skills and knowledge in education.
Students develop the professional knowledge and skills to teach students with special needs. This certification also qualifies teachers to work with students with the low-incidence-disabilities population, including those students with multiple disabilities.
Students complete 33 graduate credits.
Course Requirements - Three credits unless otherwise specified
EDG 513 - Students with High-Incidence Disabilities: Instructional Programs/Practices*
EDG 514 - Special Education Program Development & Evaluation*
EDG 546 - English Language Learner in Inclusive Classrooms*
EDG 517 - Positive Behavior Intervention Strategies*
EDG 518 - Students with Low Incidence Disabilities: Instructional Strategies and Programs*
EDG 519 - Assistive Technology Perspectives*
EDG 492 - Practicum*
EDG 501 - Educational Research
EDG 540 - Foundations of Education
EDG 535 - Differentiated Instruction
EDG 521 - Education and Social Policy
*Courses required only for Certification
For more information, please contact:
Rasheeda Ahmad, Ed.D 610-902-8500 or firstname.lastname@example.org