The Master of Education degree in Special Education is a master’s degree program designed form the post-baccalaureate candidate that will prepare students for an Arkansas Special Education K-12 endorsement. Individuals possessing a baccalaureate degree and holding a current teaching license are eligible to make application to enter the program. The 35 credit hour program includes a 23 hour licensure only option.
In additional to all course work, students must pass the Praxis Test for Special Education: Core Knowledge and Applications #5354 to be eligible for Special Education K-12 licensure through the Arkansas Department of Education.
Student Learning Outcomes
To develop educators who value collaboration.
To develop educators who are good communicators.
To develop educators who use data to drive decision making.
To develop educators who maintain high ethical standards.
Requirements for the Master of Education (M.Ed.) degree in Special Education