College of Education


SPECIAL EDUCATION (M.ED.)

Schedule of Courses

The program can be completed in as few as two years and as many as seven. You will work with your graduate advisor to map out a program of study that will help you complete the degree in a timeframe that fits your needs.

M. Ed. – Special Education 2 Year Completion

Fall Semester 1 (odd years)

Spring Semester 1

Summer Semester 1

SPED 637: Inclusion for the Classroom Teacher (3)
SPED 603: Informal Test & Measurement for Students w/ Disabilities (3)
SPED 605: Working with Families of Students w/ Disabilities (3)

TBD - M. Ed. Advisor Approved Elective – mostly will be SPED 646: Using Technology to Differentiate Instruction (3)
SPED 607: Curriculum Methods of Classroom Management for Students w/ Disabilities (3)
SPED 527:Curriculum Methods of Social, Emotional, and Motor Development (3) ECED & ELED students only
 or
SPED 601: Curriculum & Methods of Instruction for Secondary Transition (3) Secondary students only

No courses required

 

Additional Summer Course Offerings (if enough students enroll):
SPED 637, SPED 603, & SPED 604

Fall Semester 2 (even year)

Spring Semester 2

Summer Semester 2

SPED 641: Curriculum Methods of Instructional for Students w/ Disabilities (3)
SPED 604: Action Research in Special Education Research (3)
SPED 644: Differentiated Instruction & Meaningful Application (3)

SPED 525: Formal Tests & Measurements for Students w/ Disabilities (3)
SPED 741: Internship & Portfolio Development with Review (6)

No courses as program of study is complete!

 

Additional Summer Course Offerings (if enough students enroll):
SPED 637, SPED 605, & SPED 646

M. Ed. – Special Education 3 Year Completion

Fall Semester 1 (odd years)

Spring Semester 1

Summer Semester 1

SPED 637: Inclusion for the Classroom Teacher (3)
SPED 603: Informal Test & Measurement for Students w/ Disabilities (3)

SPED 607: Curriculum Methods of Classroom Management for Students w/ Disabilities (3)
SPED 527:Curriculum Methods of Social, Emotional, and Motor Development (3) ECED & ELED students only
 or
SPED 601: Curriculum & Methods of Instruction for Secondary Transition (3) Secondary students only

No courses required

Additional Summer Course Offerings (if enough students enroll):
SPED 637, SPED 603, & SPED 604

Fall Semester 2 (even year)

Spring Semester 2

Summer Semester 2

SPED 641: Curriculum Methods of Instructional for Students w/ Disabilities (3)
SPED 604: Action Research in Special Education Research (3)

SPED 525: Formal Tests & Measurements for Students w/ Disabilities (3)
TBD - M. Ed. Advisor Approved Elective
Most likely will be SPED 646: Using Technology to Differentiate Instruction (3)

No courses required

Additional Summer Course Offerings (if enough students enroll):
SPED 637, SPED 605, & SPED 646

Fall Semester 3 (odd year)

Spring Semester 3

Summer Semester 3

SPED 605: Working with Families of Students w/ Disabilities (3)
SPED 644: Differentiated Instruction & Meaningful Application (3)

SPED 741: Internship & Portfolio Development (6)

No courses as program of study is complete!
Additional Summer Course Offerings (if enough students enroll):
SPED 637, SPED 603, & SPED 604

 

Special Education
Lori Jackman, Graduate Program Director
Psychology Building, Room 305

Phone: 410-704-3112
Email: ljackman@towson.edu

 

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