Early Childhood Special Education, M.S.E.
The 30-credit master’s degree program in early childhood special education prepares teachers who already have early childhood (birth–grade 2) or elementary certification (pre-k–6), offering the knowledge and skills needed for teaching special education in programs for children from birth through grade 2.,
This program places special emphasis on children with disabilities in preschool and the primary grades. The coursework and field experiences develop competencies in understanding, assessing, and instructing children with disabilities and lead to New York state certification as a teacher of Children with Disabilities in Early Childhood Education.
In addition to the general admission and completion requirements for master’s-level graduate study, candidates must provide evidence of their initial/provisional or permanent/professional certification as an early childhood or elementary teacher.
Program of Study
|CTGE 6192||RESEARCH IN THE TEACHING PROCESS||3|
|CTGE 6330||COMMUNICATION, TECH ARTS||3|
|CTGE 5157||Assessment Strategies for Young Children with Disabilities||3|
|CTGE 6002||BEGINNING LITERACY DEVELOPMENT IN INCLUSIVE CLASSROOMS||3|
|or CTGE 6781||INSTRUCTING BILINGUAL SPECIAL EDUCATION STUDENTS|
|CTGE 6320||COL/CONSULT W/FAM & PROF||3|
|CTGE 6340||INTERVENTIONS READ / WRITE||3|
|CTGE 6300||CURRICULUM EVALUATION||3|
|CTGE 5421||PLANNING INSTRUCTION FOR YOUNG CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES||3|
|CTGE 6350||POSITIVE BEHAVIOR SUPPORT||3|
|CTGE 5222||PRACTICUM FOR IN-SERVICE TEACHERS (Requires one semester of student teaching) 1||3|
|CTGE 0707||EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION PORTFOLIO 2||0|
There is a fee associated with this course.
The following workshops are required for students in this program:
|EDGE 0210||CHILD ABUSE IDENTIFICATION AND REPORTING WORKSHOP||0|
|EDGE 0230||SCHOOLS AGAINST VIOLENCE EDUCATION WORKSHOP||0|
|EDGE 0260||DIGNITY FOR ALL STUDENTS TRAINING||0|
|EDGE 0270||Autism Training Module||0|