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M.S. in Special Education: Severe or Multiple Disabilities Program Requirements

The 30 credit-hour (10 classes) master's program features integrated coursework and practicum.

Master of Science in Special Education: Severe or Multiple Disabilities

The M.S. program includes 30 credit hours of coursework, field experiences, and student teaching as outlined below.

Requirements

The number of credits is indicated in parentheses at the end of each course title. For courses with a field experience component, the number of hours required is also designated in parentheses.

  • GSED 601 - Foundations, Policy, and Best Practices in Special Education (3)
  • GSED 602 - Evaluating Inclusive Practices, Classrooms, and Professional Development (3)
  • GSED 605 - District-Wide Management and Discipline of Students with Disabilities (3)
  • GSED 617 - Seminar in Special Education Leadership (3)
  • GSED 630 - Teaching Students with Severe or Multiple Disabilities (3)
  • GSED 631 - Assessment and Transition Planning for Students with Severe or Multiple Disabilities (3)
  • GSED 632 - Communication, Supports, Interventions, and Technology for Students with Severe or Multiple Disabilities (3)
  • GSED 633 - Curriculum, Instruction, and IEP Development for Students with Severe or Multiple Disabilities (3)
  • GSED 634 - Positive Behavioral Support and Interventions for Students with Severe or Multiple Disabilities (3)
  • GSED 635 - Practicum and Applied Research in Teaching Students with Severe or Multiple Disabilities (3)

Total: 30 credits


Note: The information here is provided for informational purposes only. For exact requirements as well as course descriptions, visit the Graduate Catalog.