MEd Early and Special Education

The Master of Education (MEd) in Early and Special Education degree program at Boise State University is designed to offer enhanced professional development in the related fields of early childhood intervention and special education for experienced educators and other professionals who provide supports and services to individuals with disabilities.

This program allows flexibility for students to structure a program around their professional interests and also allows students to complete a graduate certificate program concurrently. The MEd in Early and Special Education does not lead to initial teacher certification nor does it require certification for admission.

Department Name: Department of Early and Special Education

Official Degree Name: Master of Education in Early and Special Education

Degree Type: Master of Education


What can I do with this degree?

Graduates of this program may be employed as early childhood interventionists, P-12 general or special education teachers, or may work with or on behalf of young children with disabilities and their families in community or agency settings.

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Boise State provides an affordable, quality education to improve your future. Scholarship opportunities are available for residents and nonresidents, making it even more affordable to attain a quality education.

The College of Education also offers a range of scholarship opportunities. 

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