Special Education Track 2 (Graduate)
The Master of Education in Special Education ia a research oriented program for those seeking an advanced program in Special Education. The program is intended to develop leadership personnel who will design, conduct, and evaluate experimental programs of intervention in special education settings and provide service to the profession in administrative and policy making roles. The program is geared toward individuals who are already certified in special education and who have defined career objectives and exhibit strong academic credentials.
NOT ADMITTING NEW STUDENTS. Program deactivated effective September 1, 2014.
Students who have not had a statistics course at the undergraduate or graduate levels must enroll in this course. EDUC 581 is a prerequisite to EDUC 582: Research Methods in the Social and Behavioral Sciences, EDUC 583: Master's Thesis I, and EDUC 584: Master's Thesis II