The Master of Science in Education (M.S.Ed.) degree with concentration on early childhood special education focuses on issues and best practices in early childhood special education. The program prepares individuals to work with young children with disabilities and their families in inclusive, collaborative, and natural environments. Graduates will be eligible for the State of Florida Endorsement in Pre-Kindergarten Disabilities (Pre-K ESE). The course of study consists of 30 credits over seven terms (includes two summers).
|Funding Opportunity Available
For eligible applicants, the School of Education and
Human Development offers generous scholarships that will substantially reduce
tuition. The School makes these awards at the same time as final
admissions-decisions are made.
Applications will be accepted through March 16,
2015 for the next cohort, which will begin the week of May 18, 2015.
All students must commit to taking 2 courses for 5 consecutive semesters,
including 2 summer terms.
Classes meet from 5 PM to 7:40 PM during the Fall
and Spring terms and from 4:20 PM to 8:05 PM during the summer terms. The
program accommodates working teachers by scheduling the two practicum
experiences over two summers, each six weeks. Occasionally, some workshops and
meetings may be scheduled on Fridays after 4pm and Saturdays, but no class
A decision to accept an applicant is separate from a decision to provide that individual with a scholarship. Scholarships worth up to fifty percent (50%) of the University of Miami’s regular tuition are available for qualified applicants in academic year 2014-2015.
Please note, that applicants must hold a teaching certificate. If certification is not in Exceptional Student Education (ESE), then applicant must submit transcript demonstrating having taken a undergraduate or graduate level course in Introduction to Special Education and earning a minimum grade of 3.0.
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