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Explore Early and Special Education master programs at virtual info night Feb 8

Do you believe that all students and young children deserve high quality educational experiences and a strong start in life? Find out more about the Master in Teaching in P-8 Special Education and the Master of Education in Early and Special Education at our Virtual Info Night on Tuesday, February 8, 2022 at 7:00pm MT.

Our Master in Teaching in Special Education P-8 and K-12 degrees are open to students with a bachelor’s degree in any discipline and lead to recommendation for initial teaching certification in Idaho. The Master of Education in Early and Special Education is designed for experienced early childhood educators looking to advance their professional knowledge and practice, but does not lead to teaching certification.

Both degrees can be completed in as little as one year, and course delivery is 100% online. Program coordinators Dr. Gena Nelson and Dr. Jeremy Ford will be there to provide information and answer your questions.