The School of Education at the City College of New York offers two graduate programs in Special Education:
Teacher of Students with Disabilities in Childhood Education (Grades 1-6),
Teacher of Students with Disabilities in Adolescent Education (Grades 7-12).
|The two programs in special education require 31-43 credit hours (depending on your previous coursework) and lead to a Master of Science in Education degree. The inclusion model of delivering special education services in an urban environment is emphasized, but candidates will be prepared to work in self-contained environments as well.|
|Our candidates develop a knowledge base and set of skills that prepare them to incorporate research-based instructional strategies focused on addressing the diverse learning needs of the students they teach/will teach. Candidates leave prepared to work in New York City schools and help their students meet current New York State learning standards.|
For further information about the special education programs at The City College of New York, please contact our program office at (212) 650-5193