Lynchburg’s Master of Education in Special Education (MEd) program prepares you to make positive contributions in the lives of people with disabilities. The curriculum addresses the complexities of the challenges faced by these persons as well as the services and support needed in order to assist them as they strive for independence. Learning experiences are structured so you develop a comprehensive knowledge of the multifaceted nature of special education.
This is a 33-hour, online-only program. Student-teaching is only available within 90 miles of Lynchburg.
- Early Childhood Special Education
- Special Education – Adapted Curriculum: This emphasis focuses on students with significant disabilities.
- Special Education – General Curriculum: This emphasis focuses on students with learning disabilities, emotional and behavioral disorders, and intellectual disabilities.
Andrew Bruce, Phd
Associate Professor of Special Education
Director of the Master of Education in Special Education Program