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MAEd in Mild to Moderate Educational Needs

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Earn Your MAEd in Mild/Moderate Educational Needs

BW's Master of Arts in Education in mild/moderate educational needs prepares teachers to fulfill a statewide and national need for intervention specialists who are 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.

For those seeking an initial teaching license and masters, you are required to complete online courses.

Program Features

  • 36 semester hours leads to the MAEd degree and the intervention specialist license (K-12). Teachers may also add the intervention specialist license (24 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. The intervention specialist license alone may be completed in 14 months.
  • Students enrolling in the BW license + master's program should plan additional time to complete their program due to undergraduate course and clinical requirements.
  • The program includes a practicum in which students work in a supervised setting with children who have been diagnosed with learning disabilities.
  • Successful completion of the state exam is required for license eligibility in mild/moderate educational needs.



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