Master of Arts in Teaching - Special Education
In collaboration with local school districts, the College of Education offers an intensive teacher education program for those seeking initial licensure in special education with authorizations at either the early childhood/elementary levels or the middle school/high school levels. The special education program is offered at the Eugene and Forest Grove campuses.
Students will complete all the requirements of the special educator program and participate in a capstone student-teaching experience for 12-18 weeks. Upon completion of the program, students will receive the master of arts in teaching degree and be eligible for SPED licensure.
The program design is customized for students who continue to work as paraeducators during the program, for those on restricted licenses, or for those without extensive work experience in a special education setting.
|Program||Start Date||Early Application Deadline||Final Application Deadline|
|MAT Special Education, Eugene||Late August||March 15||May 1|
|MAT Special Education, Forest Grove||January||n/a||Oct. 1|
Diana Watkins | Associate Director of Graduate & Professional Admissions
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|Section||SPED Initial License MAT||Credit Hrs|
|SPED-500||Foundations of Special Education||2|
|EDUC-606||Critical Perspectives on Identity and Social Systems*||3|
|SPED-510||Behavior Management for Special Educators||3|
|SPED-517||Case Management for Special Educators||1|
|SPED-518||Collaboration in Schools||1|
|EDUC-614||Teaching & Inquiry III: Critical Analysis and Decision-making*||2|
|SPED-520||Assessment and Evaluation in Special Education||3|
|SPED-530||Integrated Curriculum and Methods for Students with Disabilities: Academic||3|
|SPED-535||Integrated Curriculum and Methods for Students with Disabilities: Functional||3|
|SPED-541||Technology for Teacher Productivity||1|
|EDUC-607||Technological Learning Environments*||2|
|SPED-550||Practicum - Special Education||1-6|
|SPED-576||Seminar (2 sessions required)||1|
|EDUC-501||Foundations of General Education||2|
|EDUC-613||Teaching & Inquiry II: Design and Implementation*||2|
|EDUC-561||Foundations of Human Development & Psychology||4|
|EDUC-604||Advanced Educational Psychology, Development, & Learning*||4|
|EDUC-600||Learning Communities (3 sessions required)||1|
|EDUC-670||Introduction to Professional Inquiry||1|
|EDUC-671||Scholarship of Teaching||1|
|EDUC-648||Critical Perspectives in School Contexts*||2|
|EDUC-620||Language Acquisition in Children||2|
* Indicates a Eugene-only course that replaces one or more courses.