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Graduate Bulletin Homepage |School of Education |Graduate Program Curricula | MS in Special Education (Specialization in Emotional and Behavioral Disorders)

MS in Special Education (Internship Certificate)

Applicants must have a New York State teaching certification at the childhood (elementary) level. This program leads to initial and professional teaching certificates in Childhood and Teaching Students with Disabilities. It includes a 29 credit core and 6 credits in special education electives. This program requires 46 weeks of practicum and internship experiences in special education.

MS in Special Education - 35 Credits

Core Courses (29 credits)
E Rdg 500 (3)
E Spe 580 (3)
E Spe 650 (3)
E Spe 651 (3)
E Spe 652 (3)
E Spe 653 (3)
E Spe 654 (3)
E Spe 680 (3)
E Spe 680 or E Spe 682 (3)

E Spe 681 (2)

Choose 2 courses from the following in special education electives (6 credits)
E Spe 567 (3)
E Spe 669 (3)
E Spe 673 (3)
E Spe xxx (3) by advisement

Students opting to take E Spe 567, Inclusive Middle Childhood Education, will be eligible to obtain initial/professional certification in Middle Childhood Generalist (5-9) and Students with Disabilities (Middle Childhood Generalists 5-9).


Last updated on 4/1/2010