Master of Arts in Education

 
Master of Arts in Education
Office of Admission
Durst Welcome Center
(440) 826-8012
MAEd@bw.edu
(440) 826-2778 (fax)

Below are the course sequences for licensure in Mild/Moderate Intervention:

On-Campus Sequence

Online Sequence-Summer Start

Online Sequence-Fall Start

MAEd in Mild/Moderate Educational Needs

BW's Master of Arts in Education degree in Mild/Moderate Educational Needs prepares teachers to fulfill a statewide need for intervention specialists able to work in inclusive settings as consultant teachers, small group instructors, resource room teachers, transition service coordinators and co-teachers in an inclusive classroom.

 

Program Features

  • 37 semester hours leads to the MAEd degree and the Intervention Specialist license (K-12).  Teachers may also add the Intervention Specialist license (25 semester hours) without completing the entire master's degree.  Enroll on campus or online.

  • Licensed teachers may enroll part-time and complete the MAEd in as little as two years, attending early evenings during the school year and mornings or afternoons in the summer.  The Intervention Specialist license alone may be completed in 14 months.

  • Students enrolling in the License+Master's program should plan additional time to complete their program due to undergraduate course and clinical requirements.  

  • The program includes a summer practicum in which students work in a supervised setting with children who have been diagnosed with learning disabilities. 

  • Successful completion of ODE approved exam is required for license eligibility in Mild/Moderate Educational Needs.

Ohio 12 Hour Reading Core

Teachers applying for the Intervention Specialist License must have completed the Ohio 12 hour reading core including a course in phonics.  While teachers are not required to have the reading core completed as they begin BW's Mild/Moderate Educational Needs program, they must have the reading core completed prior to applying for the Intervention Specialist License.  An advisor in the Education Division will work with enrolled students who have not met the reading core at the time of admission to determine which courses are needed. 

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