MU's Early Childhood Special Education Program prepares graduate students with the necessary experiences and information to work with young children, both typically developing and those with disabilities, and their families in a variety of settings, including both home and school.
The program also focuses on working effectively with families and children from a variety of cultures and how to provide intervention in a culturally consistent manner.
The Master's in Education program in ECSE is 33 credit hours and varies depending on what coursework and experience students enter the program with.
The grant funded Master's in Education program, Preparing Early Childhood Special Educators to Effectively Support Young Children with Disabilities: Focus on Autism, Behavior, Language, and Literacy (ABeLL) is a campus-based, 33 credit hour program. Completed applications must be received by February 1.
The MEd in Early Childhood Special Educaiton is available online through MU Direct. The Masters program in ECSE is 33 credit hours and varies depending on what coursework and experience students enter the program with.
The PhD program in Early Childhood Special Education supports the candidates learning to meet individualized program objectives and research goals.