Master of Arts - Administration of Special Education at SNU

Master of Arts in 
Administration of Special Education




This Master’s program is a GREAT OPPORTUNITY
for Special Education teachers to blend
 
THEORY and PRACTICE with
AUTHENTIC and MEANINGFUL coursework -
EMPOWERING them as educators, leaders, and directors in their schools and districts.

Program Description

Master of Arts in Administration of Special Education (MAASE) is for special education teachers that want to extend their education and earn a Master’s degree that includes Special Education with administration and leadership emphasis. MAASE will include theory and practice of program development, evaluation and assessment, law and policy, management of IEPs, staff, parents as well as students. Curriculum will include community relations and communications, budgeting and ethics. Your instructors will be the best of the best in Special Education – a practical experience that will empower you in this field.



OVERVIEW

SNU’s Master of Arts in Administration of Special Education will be offered in the Fall of 2017 on the campus in Bethany for the first cohort. The structure of the courses will be unique - some courses will meet weekly for six weeks, some courses will be offered over two weekends and two - three courses will be offered online. This design will allow for flexibility in scheduling of the practicum experiences as well as offer you a schedule that works with your life, work and family. The schedule for your program of study will be given to you when you are accepted and you will have the calendar to plan around over the following 18 months. You will begin and end with a cohort of colleagues that will be a strong professional network as you go through the program and then following graduation.