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The MEd is for certified general education teachers with a bachelor's degree who wish to prepare for a new role in special education or who wish to remain in the general education classroom but gain more knowledge of how to best work with and advocate for students with disabilities. The MEd is also for non-certified teachers working with special needs students in a private setting.
Students take courses from faculty and with students in special education, literacy for special needs, general education, school psychology, school counseling, and other disciplines represented within the College of Education. This creates a true interdisciplinary approach to learning.
EDUC 500 Introduction to Educational ResearchEDUC 501/520 Social Justice in Professional Practice EDUC 511 Child DevelopmentOREDUC 512 Adolescent Psychology
SPED 540 Introduction to Special Education and Learning DisordersSPED 541 Multicultural/Multilingual Issues in LearningSPED 542 Teaching Students with Learning DisordersSPED 543 Introduction to Behavior Disorders and InterventionSPED 545 School Consultation and InterventionSPED 547 Teaching Students with Low Incidence DisabilitiesSPSY 564 Individual Educational AssessmentSPED 549 Practicum: Special Education
LITC 525 Seminar in Literacy InstructionLITC 524 Literacy Assessment and EvaluationORLITC 527 Specialized Literacy Techniques
LITC 524 Literacy Assessment and EvaluationLITC 527 Specialized Literacy TechniquesSPED 546 Advanced Behavioral InterventionSPSY 562 Family/School CollaborationOr other elective in consultation with advisorMost courses listed above are 3 credit courses.
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