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Master of Arts in Education - Special Education

Master of Arts in Education - Special Education

  • QS World University Rankings
    801-1000
  • Study Level Masters
  • Duration 24 months
Graduate students who wish to secure a Master of Arts degree with a major in the School of Education must meet the requirements specified for all Master of Arts degrees. Students should consult with the assigned departmental advisor within the first semester of enrollment to develop a plan of study. The Gladys L. Benerd School of Education offers one Master of Arts degree with different concentrations. The Master of Arts (MA) in Education requires a minimum of 32 units, of which 18 units must be in courses 200 or above and from the Benerd School of Education, with a Pacific cumulative grade point average of 3.0. Based upon state and federal laws, additional units and requirements may be necessary for those students electing to earn a credential, certification or license along with the graduate degree (e.g., teaching credential, and administration credential). Students interested in earning a credential, certification or license should work closely with their advisor and the credential staff. The requirements of some concentration options may also be guided by external standards that direct completion of specified courses and achievement of specific learning outcomes. This concentration focuses on Special Education.

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