Illinois Campus Certificate in Special & Gifted Education
Graduate students seeking continuing education in fields related to auditory processing disorders or assessment of techniques for children with special needs might consider a Campus Certificate in Special & Gifted Education.
Special gifted education certificate campus programs can assist current educators in enhancing their careers or direct students new to education towards a meaningful career. Special education, or special needs education, involves the practice of instructing students with special needs in a way that addresses their individual differences. Earning an on campus special gifted education degree can improve a teacher’s ability to instruct, support, and provide unique services to those with an identified disability who require individual instruction.
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- Normal, ILNormal, IL
Illinois State University
The master's degree is designed for current special and general educators seeking advanced preparation and specialized training in special education. The curriculum includes options for advanced certification in specialty areas and participation in the...
- Chicago, ILChicago, IL
Lewis UniversityUpcoming Start Date: January 14, 2019
The master's degree program in special education leads to a Type 10 Specialist Certificate in Learning Disabilities/Behavior Disorders; EMH/TMH. Course work includes characteristics and methods of disability, leadership/research/foundations in specia...
- Romeoville, IL
- Plymouth, ILPlymouth, IL
Plymouth State University
PSU offers a MEd in Special Education (non-certification), which is the most flexible option for students who are not interested in pursuing certification. Throughout your coursework, faculty will address issues such as development and characteristics o...