This degree is for licensed teachers with at least two years of full-time elementary or secondary teaching experience. Substitute teaching will be considered for this requirement, but student teaching and interning will not. The program allows you to design a plan of study that meets your specific needs. You may incorporate credits from several disciplines into the 30 required graduate credits provided you can verify a professional need for them.
The MSE-General Education program offers students a variety of course delivery options (face-to-face, hybrid, 100% online). For example, a collaborative master's degree program with a focus on Early Childhood/Early Childhood Special Education is available 100% online.