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Master of Education in Special Education: Moderate to Severe - NITL (Online)

The Master of Education in Special Education – Moderate to Severe (NITL) program is designed for individuals with a bachelor's degree in any field who are interested in the education of children with moderate to severe special needs. This program does not lead to teacher licensure, but it covers topics including ethical and legal practices, collaboration with internal and external stakeholders, and diagnosis and assessment in special education. It also includes characteristics of intellectual, physical and health impairments, as well as the implementation of communication and behavior strategies. Classroom management methods, classroom structures and educational planning are also explored. In order to complete the 100 hours of field experience, candidates must have access to K-12 special education settings with a moderate to severe population. Courses for both licensure and non-licensure education programs are taught by experts in their respective fields who share knowledge and experience. This non-licensure program does not include a student teaching component though and therefore does not meet requirements to lead to licensure.Request More Information »

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