Special Education, MEd Concentration in Early Childhood (Non- Licensure)
Some Early Childhood Education graduates end up in entrepreneur positions involving children that may not be directly related to teaching. Other opportunities in the field include research and educational consulting options.
The 30-credit MEd in Special Education, concentration in Early Childhood Special Education (Non-licensure) is for professionals who already hold an early childhood special education teacher license or are interested in working in an early childhood special education context outside the classroom. Students who wish to seek early childhood education licensure are advised to instead consider completing the MEd in Special Education concentration in Early Childhood Special Education Licensure.
Coursework - 15 Credits
- ECED 522: Developing Language, Literacy, and Communication of Diverse Infants and Toddlers (3 credits)
Developing Language, Literacy, and Communication of Diverse Infants and Toddlers
Choose one of the following:
Electives - 15 Credits
Select 15 credits from graduate ECED courses or courses approved by an academic advisor