Master of Science in Inclusive Special Education: Severe/Multiple Disabilities
This program is right for you, if…
You have previously met the requirements for one of the New York State initial certificates for teaching students with disabilities (birth – grade 2; 1-6; 5-9; or 7-12 academic subjects or 7-12 generalist).
You wish to meet requirements for the New York State annotation in severe disabilities, while earning a master’s degree and meeting academic requirements for professional certification.
You want a degree that builds on the long and distinguished traditions of inclusive education and disability studies of Syracuse University faculty.
You want cutting-edge ideas delivered by faculty specialists in a carefully chosen sequence of courses -- most offered in the late afternoon or summer.
You would like to enter a master’s degree program with special emphasis on working in inclusive classrooms, serving diverse student populations, using technology, and achieving full professional practice as a teacher, researcher, and builder of practical theory.
You want a 31-credit hour program that may be completed full-time in 12-16 months for those beginning in the summer or fall;
Or, you want the option to study on a part-time basis at a research university;
With full-time study (9 credits or more), you would like to take advantage of a 33% reduction in tuition with the High Needs Scholarship.
We welcome you to visit campus, sit in on classes and speak with our students and faculty.
For further information, contact:
Dr. Gail Ensher
Phone: (315) 443-9650
Ready to apply?
Click here to go to the Syracuse University online application information page.