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Georgia College & State University
United States
Master's Degree
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2 years
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Entry Requirements


If you hold a baccalaureate degree from an accredited institution and are interested in a challenging career teaching students with mild disabilities, then you have completed the first steps. The M.A.T. in Special Education is open to any student holding a bachelors degree and no background in education or specific area is required.

A complete set of application materials consists of:
1) the application forms
2) official copies of undergraduate transcripts
3) a passing score on the Writing Assessment Test
4) a passing score or proof of exemption on the GACE Test of Basic Skills
5) two letters of professional recommendation
6) G.P.A. 2.25



Spring-Semester 1

EDEX 6111: Exceptional Child in the Regular Classroom (3 hours)
EDEX 6117: Behavior Management (3 hours)
EDEX 6610: Internship (3 hours)

Summer-Semester 2

EDEX 6120: Nature of Interrelated (3 hours)

Summer I
EDEX 6115: Language Development (3 hours)
EDFS 5211: Classroom Research (3 hours)

Fall-Semester 3

EDEX 6118: Evaluation of Exceptional Individuals (3 hours)
EDEX 6121: Curriculum & Methods of Interrelated I (3 hours)
EDEX 6611: Internship II (3 hours)

Spring-Semester 4

EDRD 5211: Teaching of Reading in Special Education (3 hours)
EDEX 6122: Curriculum and Methods Interrelated II (3 hours)
EDEX 6612: Internship III (3 hours)

Summer-Semester 5

EDEX 6114: Collaboration with Families of Exceptional Individuals (3 hours)
EDEX 6001: Seminar (LiveText--portfolio documentation) (3 hours)
EDEX 6613: Internship IV (3 hours)

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