The Master of Education in Special Education prepares individuals for roles in special education that enable individuals to assume leadership positions such as consultant, teacher leader, special services supervisor, and advocate. The Department of Specialized Education Services (SES) is part of the UNCG Unit that is fully accredited by the National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education.
This 30 hour, 5 semester Master of Education in Special Education Program, is designed for those who already hold a special education teaching license. This program provides advanced preparation according to the standards of the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction Standards for Graduate Teacher Candidates.
Information sessions will be held March 25, 2013 in room 301 in the School of Education Building, located at 1300 Spring Avenue, Greensboro, N.C. The first session will begin at 4:00 pm and the second session will begin at 6:00 pm.
Completion of the online application 2 letters of recommendation Personal goal statement
GRE scores within the past 5 years
Regular Application Deadline is May 1, 2013
VISIONS Deadline for applying is August 1, 2013
You may enroll through the VISIONS option on a temporary basis. This option allows you to take up to 9 hours while in the process of completing the full admission process.
You will want to complete the full admissions process prior to the end of first semester so as not to interfere with the sequence of courses.
Program Costs & Schedule
Program Costs: The cost will be approximately $1,386.00 per semester (6 hours each semestertotal of 10 classes)
Classes are scheduled to start the week of August 19, 2013
|Fall 2013||Spring 2014||Summer 2014|
|SES 642: Mild Disabilities: Reading Instruction||SES 543: Inclusion of Individuals with Special Needs||SES 688a: Planning and Fostering Inclusive Practices in Public Schools|
|SES 641: Assessment of Individuals with Special Needs||SES 647: Collaboration in Special Education||SES 688b: Sustaining and Evaluating Inclusive Practices in Public Schools|
|Fall 2014||Spring 2015|
|SES 643: Issues in Educating Individuals with Special Needs||ERM 604: Methods of Educational Research|
|SES 652: Mild Disabilities: Math/Written Language Instruction||SES 645: Advanced Seminar in Exceptional Individuals|