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Graduate Bulletin Homepage |School of Education |Graduate Program Curricula | Special Education and Literacy M.S. Degree - 40 Credits

MS in Special Education and Literacy - 40 Credits

Applicants must have initial NYS certification at the childhood level (elementary), and they will receive professional certification in Childhood Education and initial and professional certifications in Teaching Students with Disabilities at the Childhood Level and Literacy (Birth-Grade 6) upon completion of the program. If students also hold NYS certification in middle childhood education upon entry, they will also receive professional certification in Middle Childhood Education and initial and professional certificates in Teaching Students with Disabilities at the Middle Childhood Level.

E Rdg 500 (3)
E Rdg 600 (3)
E Rdg 610 (3)
E Rdg 620 (6)
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 681 (1)
Choose 1 course for 3 credits (3)

E Rdg 504 (3)
E Rdg 615 (3)
E Rdg 625 (3)
E Rdg 638 (3)
E Rdg 655 (3)

Students have an option of taking an additional course, E Spe 567, Inclusive Middle Childhood Education, for 3 credits to obtain Initial/Professional Middle Childhood Generalist (5-9) and Students with Disabilities Middle Childhood Generalist (5-9).



Last updated on 7/10/2008