Master of Education in ESE
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Teaching a classroom of Exceptional Student Education (ESE) students requires unique skills and resources. A traditional undergraduate degree can only prepare you so much for the challenges and situations you will face as an ESE teacher, while a master's degree can increase your effectiveness and ability to cope with the daily stress of ESE instruction.
Southeastern University's MEd in ESE program fills in the gaps and builds upon your foundation to make you a more successful educator in a critical field. You will learn new strategies and best practices to help you tailor your lesson plans and teaching style to students with disabilities.
This 36-hour program is offered in a hybrid format, with six classes meeting face-to-face on campus over the summer and six classes offered online in eight-week sessions. The format better allows you the ability to advance your education while maintaining your current career and family life. While the various programs are in-depth and rigorous, the flexibility of the hybrid delivery format allows you to schedule your studies around your life.
- This program is ideal for the teacher desiring to advance his/her effectiveness, knowledge, and advanced employability.
- It is an outstanding educational degree for those desiring a stepping stone to a doctoral degree.
- The program can be completed in as little as six consecutive semesters, though you are allowed to go at a slower, more manageable pace depending upon your current career situation.
- You will fulfill Race to the Top requirements for the autism endorsement and in-field master's pay.
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