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M.S. Ed. in Childhood Special Education

Make a choice that makes a difference

Teachers who are life-long scholars will use their graduate education as a foundation for acquiring new knowledge and skills throughout their professional lifetime.

Students enrolled in the program will, at the completion of their coursework, be knowledgeable in the areas of theories of learning; curriculum; social, historical, and philosophical foundations of special education; formal and informal assessment techniques; needs of a diverse body of learners; and instructional resources.

Teachers who are competent problem-solvers are prepared to meet the daily challenges of the special education and inclusion classroom, the school, and the community. They will demonstrate respect for diversity in educational settings- especially diversity in learning styles, gender, race, ethnicity, religion, economic status, and abilities.


M.S. Ed. in Childhood Special Education:

35-credit program for certified teachers that leads to a recommendation for New York State certification in Special Education (grades 1-6).

M.S. Ed. Childhood General/Special Education

44-credit program that allows students who are not currently certified teachers to enter the Master’s program and graduate with recommendations for New York State certification in two areas—one in Special Education (grades 1-6) and a second in General Education (grades 1-6).


Flexible evening and weekend courses available
Affordable tuition with financial aid available to qualified students
Students receive an iPad at the start of the program
Extensive fieldwork opportunities
Emphasis on technology and assistive technology learning tools

Sample Program Curriculum

For Certified Teachers (35-credit program) For Individuals Who Hold a Bachelor’s Degree In An Area Other Than Education (44-credit program)

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Tuition and Financial Aid

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Vicki Ford Professorship of Special Education:

Our M.S. Ed programs are made possible by The Vicki Ford Professorship of Special Education.