Secondary Inclusive Special Education
This degree program prepares teachers for 7-12 generalist special education certification, which allows teachers to teach students with disabilities from grades 7-12. Graduates with this certification can teach in resource room, consultant teacher and co-taught classrooms as well as self-contained non-academic special education classrooms.
Coursework is aligned with the Council for Exceptional Children professional standards for special education teachers and combines the realms of theory, research and field experience.
- Teaching certificate
- Official transcripts of all prior college work (3.00/4.00 GPA)
- Two references addressing your ability to teach and do graduate level work
- Writing sample
- MAT or GRE score
- Additional information, if requested by program director
Course Requirements: Secondary Inclusive Special Education
If you wish to apply to this program, please contact the Graduate Admissions Office at St. Bonaventure University at (716) 375-2021 or firstname.lastname@example.org for graduate admission materials.
For more information regarding the degree in adolescence education, please contact:
Dr, Rene' E. Hauser
Graduate Council Chair
School Of Education
St. Bonaventure University
B48 Plassmann Hall