College of Education - M.A. in Learning Disabilities
M.A. in Learning Disabilities
Sharon Davis, Ed.D.
Herman D. James Hall
(856) 256-4500, ext. 3796
The Master of Arts in Learning Disabilities is an innovative program designed to provide motivated teachers with the knowledge and skills needed to meet the multitude of challenges found in both regular and special education classrooms. Both tracks in the program, each with a specific focus, are designed to prepare classroom teachers to meet the needs of students with learning difficulties. Collaborative field experiences are included in each track. This program is nationally accredited (NCATE and CEC).
Track I (Learning Disabilities Teacher-Consultant Track)
Track I is designed to prepare candidates for the Learning Disabilities Teacher/Consultant certification. Students in this track work in collaboration with other members of a child study team.
Track II (Preschool Track)
Track II is for graduate students who wish to facilitate learning for young children with developmental delays and disabilities.
For more information about admission and course requirements please visit the College of Graduate and Continuing Education (CGCE)
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