Master of Education

Exceptional Student Education

Enhance your career—and your salary—with the new leadership skills and knowledge that a master’s in exceptional student education (ESE) can provide.

Our Master of Education in Exceptional Student Education program will hone the skills you’ve already developed as an undergraduate, while at the same time broadening your professional network and opportunities.

Our program will increase your ability to address the needs of an increasingly diverse student population, through:

  • Providing pedagogical content theory, clinical experience and practical application
  • Focusing on the instructional methods for various content areas
  • Examining the multiple layers of student needs
  • Evaluating various methods of classroom behavioral management

You’ll also participate in our annual Transitions conference, where leaders in the field of ESE congregate to discuss special topics and the transition process for students moving from high school to college—giving you the opportunity to network and interact with all members of the ESE community. Plus, add to your education even further by participating in a supervised internship in exceptional student education.

 

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Career Opportunities

Your new degree will give you access to impressive career opportunities—many more than we could ever hope to list. Still, we’ve created this short sampling of careers you might pursue with this degree:

  • Director of exceptional student education
  • District administrator
  • Director or supervisor
  • Principal
  • Vice principal

We’re happy to help you set and reach your career goals. At Lynn, all students enjoy free career planning services.

Curriculum

You’ll thoroughly examine all aspects of exceptional student education while pursuing your advanced degree at Lynn. Courses will feature topics in literacy, instruction, classroom management, technology and transition planning.

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Last modified: Sep. 26, 2013