Take learning to a higher level for children with special needs.
- Choose from two tracks: Learning Disabilities and Autism Spectrum Disorder
- 100% online for busy educators
- Graduate in as few as 24 Months
- Get started quickly with no GRE/GMAT required
- Affordable tuition with a wide range of financial aid options
- Fully accredited from an established, traditional university
- Ranked by U.S. News & World Report as one of the top Midwest colleges
Become a stronger advocate of children of special needs when you enroll in Spring Arbor University’s online Master of Special Education program. If you are already certified to teach general education, you can enroll right away and obtain one of two endorsements to teach special education students in K-12 classrooms: Learning Disabilities and Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Become an agent of change for those who need you most.
Under the guidance of highly respected instructors who hold terminal degrees in their field, you will gain a deep understanding of positive behavior supports, advanced assessment, assistive technology, and the laws and policies that relate to children with special needs. More specifically you will:
- Learn to assess, teach and modify instruction for students with learning disabilities
- Learn to adapting formal and informal assessment methods for the purpose of instructional planning and communicating assessment results to students, their families and other professionals
- Learn to foster study and test-taking skills, self-management, problem solving, reasoning, coping skills, and self-determination
- Learn to monitor and report progress related to the unique needs of students with learning disabilities, including career and transition programs
- Learn to manage and monitor the social, emotional and behavioral needs of students with learning disabilities in a variety of group settings
Take the next step.
To learn more about the Spring Arbor University online Master of Special Education, fill out the form on this page or call 844-641-2844 to speak with an admissions advisor. Hurry! Classes start soon.