Special Education

Master of Education

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Why should you study Special Education at JBU

Educators can play a vital role in the development of their students with compassion and care as they teach and instruct.

Special education is more than a job; it's a calling. SPED Teachers adapt general education lessons and teach various subjects to students with mild to moderate disabilities. They have the opportunity to meet students where they are academically and socially and help them grow in those areas. 

JBU's M.Ed. in Special Education will equip you to be able to teach students with disabilities and integrate them fully into the classroom. You'll receive one-on-one support and feedback from professors, who have years of experience in the field and will graduate feeling equipped to honor God and serve students. In this program, you have the option and flexibility to work full-time while earning your degree through evening courses, synchronous, and online courses.  

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Who is the M.Ed. in Special Education for?

JBU's M.Ed. in special education program is for students who already have a teaching license and are wanting to pursue an Arkansas Special Education K-12 endorsement. 

Check out JBU's options for SPED programs below.

Enroll in Classes

Schedule a call with an admissions counselor to learn more about the special education program. 

Next, start your application to JBU's graduate school.  

Study Special Education

Through earning your M.Ed., you will gain both the knowledge and the foundation you need to effectively set students up for success in all areas.

 

Graduate

87% of JBU graduate students landed within 6 months of graduation, according to a survey conducted by the JBU Career Development Department for 2019-2020 graduates.*

*landed: employed, grad school, volunteer, or military

Program Length

The M.Ed. in Special Education is a 35-hour program and can be completed in approximately two years. 

 

Course Format

Graduate Education programs at JBU are offered in a hybrid format—half of your class sessions are completely online; the other half can be attended either face-to-face OR you can log in to attend online during class time. All face-to-face classes meet at the John Brown University Rogers Center.