Masters of EducationSpecial Education with Emotional/Behavioral Disorders Licensure

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average number of student events per week

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travel time to downtown Minneapolis and downtown St. Paul

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the year Concordia was founded

Program Overview
Credit Hours: 42

The Master of Arts in Special Education with an Emotional Behavioral Disorder emphasis is designed for Individuals who wish to expand their teaching skills and knowledge of the characteristics and interventions used with students with emotional behavior disorders.

At the completion of this program individuals who hold a valid Minnesota teaching license would qualify to teach students with emotional behavioral disorders.

The Master of Arts in Special Education is designed to prepare highly effective professional, decision-making, and reflective educators who are proficient in foundational knowledge; referral, evaluation, planning, and programming; instructional design, teaching, and ongoing evaluation; collaboration and communication, standards of effective practice; and core special education skills including instructional strategies, social/emotional health, social competence, cultural competence, classroom management and academic competence.