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Masters of Science

Electives (12 credits)

All master's students are required to enroll in courses that support their area(s) of interest. Courses may either be taken in the Department of Special Education and Rehabilitation or in other departments.

Course work taken post bachelors degree can be applied from licensure or endorsement areas such as:

  • Early Childhood
  • Reading
  • Mild/Moderate
  • English as a Second Language
  • Severe Disabilities
  • Administrative/Supervisory
  • Dual Sensory Impairments

Course work can be applied from a single program or accrued across departments such as:

  • Family and Human Development
  • Instructional Technology
  • Psychology
  • Elementary Education
  • Sociology or Social Work
  • Secondary Education
  • Program Evaluation

Note: The rationale for offering credit in supporting areas is to provide students with the opportunity to identify and cultivate expertise in specific area(s) of study. To accomplish this goal master's students should identify their interests and then with their advisor carefully identify courses to explore their interests.

M.S. Planning Guide

Thesis Requirements