Wilmington University's Master of Education in Special Education licensure/certification degree program prepares you for positions teaching exceptional children in specific content areas and grade levels (grades 1-12).
Students with disabilities must be taught by professionals who are trained in the identification, assessment, and teaching of individuals with exceptionalities. To reach this goal, the Master of Education in Special Education program has two distinct options which allows you to focus on your individual needs and career goals. This non-categorical program reflects Wilmington University's advocacy of an inclusion model of special education service delivery.
The WilmU Master of Special Education degree program offers a concentration in Autism & Severe Intellectual Disabilities.