The Concordia University, Nebraska M.Ed. in Special Education - Inclusive Practices degree program is designed to equip general education teachers to lead inclusive K-12 classrooms that fully engage and educate students with and without disabilities. The non-licensure 36 credit-hour program likewise prepares Special Education instructors for inclusive, general education classroom instruction. The Special Education - Inclusive Practices curriculum combines a rigorous, fully online study of inclusive instructional methods, behavior management, and assessment techniques with an 80-hour practicum. The Special Education - Inclusive Practices program design conforms to the established professional standards by the Council for Exceptional Children for teachers in the field of special education; and is also accredited by the National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE).
In addition to the core Special Education - Inclusive Practices M.Ed. program, degree candidates can take additional coursework to meet State of Nebraska requirements for a K-6 Subject Endorsement or 7-12 Subject Endorsement, or a K-12 Field Endorsement.
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Download and complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at www.fafsa.ed.gov. The federal school code for Concordia University, Nebraska is 002541.