M.ED. in Special Education
Our mission is to prepare educators to facilitate an empowered and unified P-12 learning community to be successful in the world of people through respect, collaboration, mutuality and the realization of each individual gift.
- Complete program in 36 credits
- This program offers rolling admission
- Structured for full-time and part-time students
Admission to the program is open to those applicants who possess baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited four-year college or university. Applicants must submit supporting documents as required for general admission to a graduate program. Applicants must possess Pennsylvania Instructional I Certification in elementary education, early childhood education, or special education. Applicants who have not earned certification in one of these fields may satisfy Instructional I Certificate requirements concurrently. Applicants must have earned a 2.75 or better undergraduate cumulative average.
For more information regarding graduate admissions, visit the College of Graduate Studies and Adult Learning
Office: 219 Stayer Hall