M.Ed. in Special Education
|Professional Education Courses|
|EDF 500||Methods & Materials Of Research In Educa||3|
|or EDF 501||Research Methods For Teachers|
|Select one of the following with adviser:||3|
|Advanced Educational Psychology|
|Integrating Ed Tech For Effective Instruction|
|Special Education Core|
|EDA 503||Family Systems in Special Education||3|
|EDA 506||Legal Issues in Special Education||3|
|EDA 544||Classroom Management||3|
|EDA 580||Contemporary Issues and Trends||3|
|EDA 591||Final Project||3|
|Areas of Concentration/Tracks||12|
|Student will select an area of concentration:|
Universal design for learning and assistive technology (online program)
Autism (online program) 1
Diversity in the classroom/multicultural and urban education
Special education (high or low incidence)
|Total Credits Required||33|
This area of concentration has an optional certificate program. Certificate programs may require special admission and additional course work for certificate completion. Contact the host department for details.
Note: Applicants to the M.Ed. in special education who show evidence of Pennsylvania state teaching licensure issued prior to 2013 or teaching licensure from another state may be required to complete EDA 542 and/or EDA 505 to fulfill PDE Chapter 49.3 guidelines.
To track their individual degree progress, students are advised to access their Degree Progress Report (DPR) via my WCU and consult their Graduate Coordinator. For more information, visit wcupa.edu/DegreeProgressReport.