Special Education - Adolescence
(Grades 7 to 12)
Minimum Requirements for Degree (courses are subject to change)
Applicants to this program must hold or demonstrate eligibility for teacher certification in New York state for adolescence education (grades 7-12).
This program requires a minimum of 36 credit-hours.
SPED 500. Special Education for Content Area Teachers (or equivalent)
|SPED 521||Proactive Approaches to Behavior Intervention||4 credits|
|SPED 522||Collaboration with Families and Staff||4 credits|
|SPED 523||Assessment in Special Education||4 credits|
|SPED 526||Instruction and Assessment for Adolescence Special Education||4 credits|
|SPED 528||Special Education Technology||4 credits|
|SPED 564||Educating Students with Severe Disabilities in Inclusive Settings||4 credits|
Students take at least two electives (8 credits), selected in consultation with the adviser.
Supervised Practicum in Grade 7-12
SPED 595 In-Service Practicum and Seminar in Special Education
Click here for the Special Education Student Teaching Handbook.
Capstone Intervention Project
During the last semester of enrollment, each student submits a final project demonstrating competence as a teacher of students with disabilities. See Capstone Intervention Project for more information.
Plan of Study Form
The Plan of Study Form for the Special Education Grades 7-12 MSEd Program provides students and advisors with a form to guide students through the requirements.
After studying this web page, direct questions about Binghamton University's adolescence special education program to Dr. Lucky Mason-Williams or at 607-777-6693.