Graduate Programs in Special Education
The BGSU School of Intervention Services offers graduate programs in special education leading to the Master’s of Education (M.Ed.) in Special Education, eligibility for Ohio educator licensure, and university certificates. Program graduates are prepared to assist individuals with exceptionalities to access a quality education and assume roles as valued, contributing members of their communities. Our programs are designed to position graduates to take the next step in their professional development and career advancement.
M.Ed. in Special Education Programs
Are you interested in pursuing Ohio licensure as an intervention specialist at the graduate level? If so, our on-campus licensure programs are just for you. You will take licensure coursework as part of a master’s degree program in special education.
Are you looking for the flexibility of completing your master’s degree entirely online? Expand your expertise in general special education methods and practices or choose specialized preparation in assistive technology, autism spectrum disorders or secondary transition.
Online Graduate-Level Certificate Programs
Do you desire specialized training in a focused area of study through the convenience of an online program? Consider one of our 15-credit hour graduate certificate programs taught by tenure track faculty and seasoned practitioners. We currently offer certificate programs in Assistive Technology and Autism Spectrum Disorders. Students in the certificate programs take one course per semester for five semesters as part of an online cohort of learners that moves through the program coursework together.
Online Assistive Technology Certificate
Online Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) Certificate
Online Secondary Transition Certificate (leading to Ohio Transition-to-Work Endorsement)
Certificate Application Procedures
The School of Intervention Services offers a limited number of scholarships and graduate assistantships to degree-seeking students engaged in full-time graduate study. Graduate financial support is awarded based on the excellence of student credentials and the availability of funding. Eligibility is restricted to students with a minimum cumulative undergraduate GPA of 3.0 (or a minimum graduate GPA of 3.0 when graduate semesters hours are nine or greater). To receive full consideration, submit the Application for Graduate Funding by March 1 for study to begin summer or fall semester and October 15 for study to begin spring semester.
For more information about the graduate programs in special education, contact Brooks Vostal Ph.D., Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org, (419) 372-7278.