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Master of Education in Special Education Intervention
Transform the lives of your students by putting them on the right path for success. Winthrop University's online Master of Education (M.Ed.) in Special Education Intervention program prepares licensed teachers to build, lead and participate in intervention programs to support students who would otherwise be enrolled in Special Education programs. You will learn to provide nearly seamless support, from classroom instruction to intervention, that builds self-confidence and enhances the learning of your students.
A Special Curriculum Note: The M.Ed. in Intervention is housed in the Special Education Program at Winthrop because the assignments are developed to specifically address National Board Professional Teaching Standards; however, it is not exclusively a Special Education program and does not lead to specific licensure.
The M.Ed. program in Special Education Intervention prepares you for a variety of roles in K-12 education helping students with empirically validated, much-needed instructional and behavioral interventions. These positions include:
• Instructional Coach
• Elementary Instructional Coach
• Mathematics Instructional Coach
• Instructional Coach/Reading Specialist
• Academic Interventionist
• Behavioral Interventionist
• Literacy Interventionist
• Math Interventionist
• Teaching Interventionist
• RTI Intervention Teacher
• MTSS Manager
Graduate students may be eligible for federal loans. To apply, students must submit a FAFSA using Winthrop's school code of 003456.
The M.Ed. in Special Education Intervention program has three starts a year in August, January and May.
Classification: Master's College or University I
Locale: Small City
Size & Settings: 6,000-9,999