Master's Degree Programs
Autism spectrum disorder (Online M.S.E.)
Designed for current educators and related service professionals who need the skills and expertise to develop and implement programming for students with ASD.
Early childhood unified (Birth-K) (M.S.E.)
Blends early childhood education and early childhood special education to appropriately address the needs of all young children including those at risk for and with developmental delays and disabilities and their families.
High incidence disabilities (Online M.S.E.)
Provides the history and context of special education in the U.S. along with best practices and methodologies that can be applied in the classroom or in one-on-one interactions with students needing specially designed instruction.
Low incidence disabilities (M.S.E.)
Prepares educators to meet the educational needs of students with significant intellectual disability or with multiple disabilities, including students with concurrent cognitive, sensory and physical impairments.
Secondary special education transition (Online M.S.E.)
Prepares individuals to provide effective transition services and career development options for students with disabilities, including work-based learning and school and community vocational training models.