Master’s in Special Education – Marshall University

The Master’s in Special Education degree program provides courses that are developed for the working adult in six different areas of emphasis. Classes are offered online or in the evenings and weekends. Students plans of study are tailored to meet the individual needs each applicant.

 Area of Emphasis:

  • Autism

    • The Master’s in Special Education with an emphasis in Autism provides classes and knowledge necessary to teach in this learning environment.

  • Deaf and Hard of Hearing

    • The Master’s in Special Education with an emphasis in Deaf and Hard of Hearing provides students with classes on subjects in American Sign Language and Specialized Teaching methods.

  • Multi-Categorical Special Education

    • The Master’s in Special Education with an emphasis in Multi-Categorical Special Education provides students with classes in reading and literacy, math methods and field experience.

  • Preschool Special Education

    • The Master’s in Special Education with an emphasis in Preschool Special Education provides students with classes in Preschool curriculum and methods.

  • Visually Impaired

    • The Master’s in Special Education with an emphasis in Visually Impaired provides students with classes in reading and writing strategies/Instruction for Students with Visual impairments, math methods, and assessment and program planning.

Admission Requirements:

  • Applicants are required to have an undergraduate grade point average of 2.50 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

  • Meet one of the two requirements

    • Score a total of 800 on the verbal and quantitative sections of the Graduate Record Examinations

    • Earn a raw score of at least 30 or a scaled score of 378 on the Miller Analogies Test

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