Special Education - M.Ed.
WELCOME TO GRU! We are pleased that you are visiting our website to learn more about the MEd program in Special Education. Below you will find all the information you need regarding our program requirements for this advanced degree.
Master of Education (M.Ed.) - Special Education
No new admits are being accepted for the MEd in Special Education at this time. We encourage candidates interested in an advanced teaching degree to consider the MEd in Curriculum and Instruction (C&I) with a concentration in Special Education.
Program of Study
For those interested in Special Education, we will offer a SPED concentration in the
C&I program of study. The courses will also be offered as elective for any graduate
student. Courses for the SPED concentration will begin in Spring 2013 with the following
course: SPED 6950: Collaboration & Co-Teaching (Spring 2013)
The following courses are pending approval. We will update the website as we receive further information.
Advanced Behavior Analysis
Introduction to Theory and Practices for Teaching Students with Autism
Transitions to Adulthood for Individuals with Disabilities
Advanced Assessment in Special Education
Advance Studies in Special Education
Students admitted to the MEd in C&I with a SPED concentration will follow the field experience guidelines set forth through Teacher Education.
For more information on the MEd in Curriculum and Instruction please contact Dr. Beth
Pendergraft - firstname.lastname@example.org or 706-737-1414.
For more information on the Special Education Graduate Electives please contact Dr. Kathleen Hogan - email@example.com or 706-729-2460.
For additional admission information, please contact:
GRU College of Education