Master of Arts in Special Education - Initial Certification
The MA in Special Education (LBD) with Certification P-12 at Campbellsville University is a program for diligent, dedicated students who wish to further their experience in the field of working with Special Education individuals, particularly those with Learning Behavior Disorders.
Skills -- This program is designed to serve teachers on multiple levels and for multiple reasons, whether they are new to Special Education and hoping to learn about the field or experienced professionals who want to update their skills or advance a previously attained degree.
Job Opportunities - From greater assuredness in the classroom to possible salary advancements, the rewards to be enjoyed for educators who earn a MA in Special Education are many.
Potential - For teachers new to the field of Special Education, time spent learning best practices, theories, and tactics from experienced professors is an essential introduction. Educators who have worked in the field before can benefit from a return to school to brush up on the latest research and strategies. For any educator, time spent attaining a MA in Special Education is an investment in the success of future students.
Convenience and Quality - The Campbellsville University MA in Special Education is a blended program intended to be completed in one and a half years. The majority of courses are administered online, with a final seminar held in a special education classroom at the program's conclusion. The high academic quality - including availability of resources, relationships with professors, and interactions with fellow students - is the same as that for traditional, on-campus courses at Campbellsville.
MA in Special Education Program Description
The MA in Special Education (LBD) with Certification P-12 at Campbellsville University is a comprehensive and rigorous program that includes a wide array of elements necessary for a complete Special Ed learning experience. This includes hands-on experiences, professional interactions via online chat sessions and video-teleconferences, and courses that cover everything from behavior management theory to detailed classroom strategies.