Childhood Special Education (Non-certification)


 
Goals:

The Graduate Division of the School of Education is committed to prepare candidates with practiced, research-based methodology that is character based, integrating the historical evangelical Christian tradition of the college, so they are ready to enter the inclusive classroom. To fulfill these values, the unit is committed to the preparation of professional educators who are capable of working effectively with diverse populations in a constantly changing global community.

Coursework Prerequisites: 

Hold a successfully completed Bachelor’s degree
Application Deadlines: 

Fall: July 15
Spring: November 30
Summer: April 1

Suggested Program Plan

SEMESTER I: Fall

EDG 500-Educational Research............... 3

EDG 530 Inclusive Classroom.................3

EDG 730-Field for Inclusive Classroom.. 0

EDG 532-Exceptional Child.................... 3

EDG 732-Field for Exceptional Child..... 0

SEMESTER II: Spring

EDG 533-High Incidence Disabilities...... 3

EDG 733-Field for High Inc. Disab......... 0

EDG 534-Autism/Low Inc. Disab........... 3

EDG 734-Field for Autism/Low Inc........ 0

EDG 545-Literacy.................................... 3

SEMESTER III: Summer

EDG 512-Character Education................ 3

SEMESTER IV: Fall

EDG 536-Special Ed Behavior Mngmt.... 3

EDG 736-Field for Behavior Mngmt....... 0

EDG 654-Assessment Eval IEP............... 3

   EDG 619- Practicum in Special Ed    3

Admissions Contact:

Joseph Kim
MSEd Admission Counselor
Nyack College
1 South Boulevard
Nyack, NY 10960
Ph: 845-675-4400 ext: 4466
Cell: 845 260 1103

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PROGRAM AT A GLANCE

Award: Master of Science

Certification: None
Credits: 30
School Accreditation: NCATE
Career Path: For persons preparing to teach special education grades 1-6 in private or parochial school settings, agencies or overseas.
Start Semester: Fall or Spring
Campus Location:  Rockland or Online
Coursework Prerequisites: Hold a successfully completed Bachelor’s degree