Graduate Special Education Programs

The graduate Special Education program prepares general and special educators to teach disabled students in self-contained and inclusive settings. Field experience and practicums provide practical application of the theory and research studied in the classroom. The programs offered are:

Five-Year Childhood/Special Education (Grades 1-6) - B.S./M.S.Ed.

  • Program that allows Manhattan College undergraduate education students to obtain their master’s degree with an additional year of study
  • 152 credits
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Special Education (Grades 1-6) - M.S.Ed.

  • Master of Science in Education program that prepares education professionals to work with disabled students
  • 37 credits
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Dual Childhood/Special Education (Grades 1-6) - M.S.Ed.

  • Master of Science in Education program that prepares education professionals for work in both regular and special needs classrooms
  • 49 credits
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Bilingual Special Education - Professional Diploma

Consultant Teacher - Certificate

  • Certificate that provides training for the consultant teacher role
  • 18 credits
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Autism Spectrum Disorder - Certificate

  • Certificate that prepares professionals for work with autistic pupils
  • 18 credits
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