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The M.Ed. degree programs in Special Education lead to T-5 certification in Special Education General Curriculum or Special Education Adapted Curriculum. Any person who has T-4 certification in a teaching field or who has completed a four-year degree program outside the field of teaching and meets the other admission criteria may pursue the master’s level programs.
|Dr. Patricia Jenkins
|Dr. Denata Williams
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Albany State University recommends the following course track for transfer students.
If you would like to use a different track, please contact your Online Support Specialist.
|Characteristics of and Instructional Strategies for Teaching Mildly Disabled
|Educational Assessment of Exceptional Children
|Issues & Interrelated Special Education
|Practicum in Special Education
|Teaching of Rdg & Math to Exceptional Learners
|Educational Statistics (Prerequisite for EDUC 5502)
To be selected with advisor
Students are required to take three health/physical education courses to meet the graduation requirement for AA/AS programs. One of the three courses must meet the fitness competency requirement (for online that is PHED 1161 or PHED 1162). Any PHED or HLTH course with a 1000 number satisfies the additional PE requirements. Veterans of more than one year of active military service may apply for an exception to the Physical Education requirement.
|Introduction to Theory & Pedagogy in Reading
|Diagnosis & Prescriptive Procedures in Rdg
|Content Area Literacy
The following program details are intended to help you make an informed decision about the college that’s right for you.
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|Special Education Teachers, kindergarten and Elementary School
|Special Education Teachers, Middle School
|Special Education Teachers, Secondary School
This program is designed to prepare graduates to pursue a job in this field or related fields. Although career and professional development services are available to students and graduates, finding a job is the individual responsibility of the student. We do not guarantee that any student will be placed in any particular job, or at all.
Total Credits (36 Hours)