What is the Master in Education (Special Education Certification)?
This program of study is designed for persons who:
The special education cohort program of study leads to a Missouri initial teaching certificate in mild-moderate, cross-categorical special education (grades K-12) and to the Master in Education degree.
What is the program of study?
How does the cohort program work?
Students begin a program of study at the same time and graduate together. Most classes will meet in Herman Lay Hall of Drury University one evening per week (e.g., Wednesdays) from 5:20-8:00 p.m . Classes offered onsite are seated with a web-based instructional component (blended). Some classes are taught totally online, which provides flexibility and convenience for student.
What is the tuition for the Master in Education cohort?
When is payment due?
Is financial aid available?
What are the requirements for admission to the program?
The following items must be received by the Graduate Programs Office:
The Teacher Education Council determines whether an individual is accepted for the program on the basis of the information obtained in the steps above. Because enrollment is limited, an individual should submit an application at the earliest possible date.
What are the graduation requirements?
What are the pre-requisite courses?
EDUC 606 Advanced Psychology of the Exceptional Child (3 hours, seated)
*This is a pre-requisite course that must be completed prior to the cohort beginning Spring 2010.
What is the projected sequence of courses?
EDUC 608 Classroom Behavioral Management Techniques (3 hours, seated)
EDUC 649 Introduction to Cross Categorical Disabilities (3 hours, online)
EDUC 651 Evaluation of Abilities and Achievement (3 hours, blended)
EDUC 652 Language Development of the Exceptional Child (3 hours, online)
EDUC 625 Correction of Mathematical Difficulties (3 hours, seated)
EDUC 665 Improvement of Reading Instruction (3 hours, blended)
EDUC 653 Methods of Teaching Student with Mild/Moderate Disabilities (6 hours, blended)
EDUC 607 Psychology of Human Growth and Development (3 hours, online)
EDUC 667 Analysis and Correction of Reading Disabilities (3 hours, seated)
EDUC 654 Advanced Practices and Procedures in Teaching Students with Mild to Moderate Disabilities (3 hours, blended)
EDUC 655 Practicum/Clinical Experience/Case Study (3 hours, blended)
What if I have questions?
Please call the School of Education and Child Development (417) 873-7271 and ask to speak with Kelly Doel or Dr. Chris Craig.