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With a master’s degree in Special Education, you will be ready to pursue a rewarding career helping exceptional learners reach their full potential.
Centenary University’s Master of Arts (M.A.) in Special Education program will provide you with comprehensive training on how to create a learning environment in which all students can excel. We offer three program options:
- 42-credit program
for students working toward a master’s degree in Special Education with a Teacher of Students with Disabilities Endorsement and a Learning Disabilities Teacher Consultant (LDT-C Endorsement).
- 39-credit program
for students working toward a master’s degree in Special Education and a Teacher of Students with Disabilities Endorsement.
- 36-credit program
for students who are only working toward their master’s degree in Special Education (entering the program already with their Teacher of Students with Disabilities Endorsement).
Our Special Education program is offered as part of Centenary’s commitment to producing “broadly educated” graduates who want to make a difference in their community and in their profession. The curriculum includes courses on the assessment of children with special needs as well as the social and communication challenges they face.
Centenary’s Master of Arts (M.A.) in Special Education program will:
- Provide you with timely training at a time when major changes are happening in the field of special education.
- Prepare you to act as a role model and innovator in the field.
- Allow you to understand and embrace diversity.
- Offer you a broad-based program of study to understand the needs of diverse learners from multiple perspectives.
Teachers with the skills to help students with special educational needs will always be in high demand. Apply now.