The Ball State Alumnus magazine featured Ball State's online special education programs and distinguished faculty members Susan Wilczynski and David McIntosh. Turn to page 15 of the September 2011 issue.
Looking to add special education to your existing license? Through Ball State’s MA in special education, you can choose one of seven focus areas and make that your teaching focus.
Focus AreasWhile all of our focus areas include online classes, three of them are offered 100 percent online: autism, applied behavior analysis, and director of exceptional needs. These three focus areas can be taken in an accelerated format and they can be earned in less than 18 months. Below are the seven focus areas and delivery formats:
Ball State’s master’s in special education is nationally recognized by the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC), and its applied behavior analysis course sequence is approved by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB).
Build Your Own DegreeYou may be also interested to know that our various graduate certificates and license options can be combined in a variety of ways to help you build your own master's degree in special education (pdf).Many of the courses used for the master’s degree in special education can also be used toward various licensing programs in special education. However, this program does not provide you with an initial teaching license. Contact the Office of Teacher Education Services for more information regarding teacher licensing.
Academic AdvisorBonnie Krupa Department of Special Education
Admission and Requirements Start your education now! Check out our admissions process and degree requirements for the program. If you are curious about transferring credits from another institution, contact our academic advisor, who will help you with that determination.
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