Master of Arts in Special Education
The Master of Arts in Special Education program at Augustana is offered to those who hold a bachelor’s degree in education and hold a current teaching license.
The program will offer two areas of specialization in Special Education: K-12 and Early Childhood. In partnership with Learners Edge, the program will be delivered completely online.
Cohorts are scheduled to begin in the Spring of 2019.
Cohorts for this program will typically start in the spring semesters only.
Applications for this 19-24 month, non-thesis program will be reviewed when complete applications have been received, with a rolling admission process.
- Spring 2019 Cohorts (limited capacity of 18 for each specialization: K-12 and Early Childhood)
- Applications are reviewed each month, so please submit completed applications as soon as possible.
Augustana University accepts applications for the M.A. in Special Education program from residents of all 50 states and Washington, D.C.
Applications will be accepted from other countries.
Augustana University holds accreditation with a variety of professional organizations.