School of Education - George Mason University

Early childhood special education teachers have the opportunity to influence the academic future of children. Intervening at this early age increases the chance for children to improve in areas such as social skills, motor skills, language, and speech.

Note: as of catalog publication in April, the program described below has been approved by the Board of Visitors and sent to the State Council of Higher Education in Virginia for consideration as a new degree program. The university cannot accept applications or enroll students in this program until SCHEV approval has been granted.

In addition to the ECED concentration coursework, students must complete specific content area coursework in English, mathematics, science, and the social sciences as well as mandated state/accreditation assessments.

Admission Requirements

In addition to the ECED concentration coursework, students must complete mandated state/accreditation assessments. The following courses are prerequisites to admission:

Certificate Requirements

Select one from the following:

Total Credits: 24