The main goal of all Educator Preparation – Special Education programs at SVSU is to prepare highly qualified educators to effectively support students in grades K-12+ who are eligible to receive special education services under Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), Cognitive Impairment (CI), and Learning Disability (LD), and to act as a resource for stakeholders.
The Master of Arts in Teaching degree in Special Education consists of a core of 37 credits of graduate level courses. Individuals may complete a general master’s degree in Special Education or choose a master’s degree with an emphasis in Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Cognitive Impairment (CI), or Learning Disabilities (LD).
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