University of Saint Francis

Master of Science in Education - Special Education - Non-Licensure (Online)

Earning a MSEd will benefit you whether you are already licensed or if you want to become licensed to teach. If you are currently a licensed teacher, you will be able to advance your career and create many career opportunities. If you do not currently have a teaching license, the MSEd will prepare you for a career in one of the highest need areas of teaching children with special needs in or out of a school setting.

To make yourself more marketable, you can add both Mild Intervention and Intense Intervention licenses with only two additional classes.

Looking for a quick transition to teaching? You can transition your bachelor’s degree into a teaching license through our Transition to Teaching program. Even better, all of the courses in the Transition to Teaching program can be applied to your master’s degree.

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