Special Education – Advanced Teaching, M.A.
If you are a licensed teacher, receive a cross-endorsement in Special Education
The M.A. in Special Education – Advanced Teaching is a 38-credit program for licensed teachers in Connecticut that aligns with the State Department of Education’s requirements for a cross-endorsement as a Special Education teacher (K-12). Students are admitted for fall, spring, and summer start dates with rolling admissions.
Students who want to receive a cross-endorsement but do not want to complete an M.A. may enroll in a non-degree granting, graduate, credit-bearing program.
Degree Program Designed for Working Professionals
The Special Education-Advanced Teaching M.A. program is designed with the working professional in mind. Courses are offered around the state of Connecticut in off-campus locations, typically begin at or after 4 p.m., and include the option to complete the program on a full- or part-time basis.
- Learn best practices in curriculum and instruction in special education
- Develop equitable teaching practices that support the learning of all students
- Complete and collaborate in a field-based program that connects theory and practice