As an M.A. student in the special education program, you'll be trained to find solutions to problems that help individuals with disabilities learn and grow. Many of our special education M.A. students go on to earn their Ph.D. in special education.
Rated #8 in the nation among special education graduate programs by U.S. News & World Report in 2017
Graduates with their M.A. in special education conduct research, teach in universities, and work in other educational settings in special education.
Master's of Arts (M.A.) (32 credits)
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Submit your application materials by Dec. 1, and you’ll automatically be considered for Graduate School fellowships and departmental awards based on scholastic achievement. Notification of awards will be sent in March.
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Create conditions for successful response to intervention of academically diverse learners by: