Master of Education in ESE
Southeastern University’s Master of Education in Exceptional Student Education (ESE) is ideal for teachers wishing to specialize in working with children with disabilities. Students will study new strategies for creating lesson plans and teaching children with a variety of learning abilities and backgrounds. By earning a specialized degree in ESE, an educator can be prepared for the many challenges in teaching children and young adults with exceptional learning abilities.
Students in the program will survey learner exceptionalities especially in the K-12 special education setting. The program presents various techniques and strategies for teaching students with intellectual, emotional, behavioral, and high incidence disabilities as well as those with autism spectrum disorders. The program will also educate students on how to assess ESE learners including the assessment process, protocols in decision making, placement, and creating appropriate programs and lessons. Students will explore different ways of engaging children in positive behavior, which includes both group and individual behavior, as well as how to include them in a general education classroom. Other skills include educational research, reading and writing instruction best practices, and how to transition ESE children and young adults from school to community settings.
Besides refocusing one’s career, this program can be taken as a stepping stone to a doctoral degree, potentially fulfilling the requirements for Race to the Top for the in-field master’s pay and autism endorsement. The program is offered as a hybrid format meaning some classes are offered online while six classes are in the traditional classroom setting and are offered over the summer. This format allows for more flexibility for current teachers to maintain their work schedule while completing their degree.
Degree Level: Master
Delivery Format: 100% Online
Accreditation & Licensing
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges
Southeastern University was established in 1935 in Alabama with the purpose of training pastors and missionaries, and later relocated to Lakeland in 1946. Today, the co-educational, private, not-for-profit liberal arts university continues to promote Christianity through well-rounded programs, including regularly scheduled chapel services, volunteer service, music programs, clubs and organizations, and intercollegiate and intramural sports.
Southeastern University offers associate's, bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degrees, and has developed an online program to cater to the needs of working Christian adults pursuing bachelor's and master's degrees.
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