Dr. Shannon Stuart
Phone: (262) 472-4877
Option 1: Online Professional Development Masters with Specialist Certificates in Applied Behavior Analysis, Autism,and Transition
This emphasis is designed for professionals who would like advanced knowledge and skills in supporting individuals with disabilities but who are not pursuing teaching licensure. The master’s degree is fully online and includes specialist certificates in applied behavior analysis, autism, and transition.
Coursework [PDF] (no PDF at the time being)
Fully Online Master’s in Special Education with Three Specialist Certificates
In the Action Research sequence, you design a project to make change in your work setting. This project is centered on one of your certificate areas. Your project is approved through the Internal Review Board at UWW. You receive one-to-one faculty support to carry out your project during the Applied Action Research independent study class.
Applying is easy. You print the application via our homepage http://www.uww.edu/gradstudies/ , click online application. Letters of recommendation are not required. You do need to send in transcripts and the $56.00 application fee. We have a rolling deadline for admission.
The website for tuition information is https://uwwcost.uww.edu/
The website for financial aid is http://www.uww.edu/financialaid/
Shannon Stuart, Ph.D.
Graduate Coordinator & Autism Coordinator
Department of Special Education
Option 2: Cross Categorical Licensure MSE
The MSE in Special Education is designed for working professionals with bachelor degrees who seek initial licensure in special education. Individuals with current emergency licenses are also ideal candidates for this program. Students complete a 36 credit MSE in three years with night and summer classes. Licenses earned include Cross Categorical and Learning Disabilities.
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