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Special Education MEd

Master of Education (M.Ed.) in Special Education


Armstrong State University’s Master of Education in Special Education degree provides qualified special education professionals with advanced research-based special education skills for delivering successful inclusionary programming and transitional preparation outcomes for their students with moderate to severe disabilities. 

Program Features 

Armstrong's Master of Education in Special Education program offers the following benefits:

Course of Study

The Master of Education in Special Education consists of 33 semester hours of approved online course work, including Special Education Transition Specialist Endorsement requirements, completed over five semesters.

Armstrong’s program offers degree candidates an emphasis in the following areas:

Career Opportunities

Graduates with an advanced degree in special education will be prepared to compete for many job opportunities in public and private schools, especially in positions linked to transition responsibilities.

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Special Education MAT