The Master of Arts in Special Education, Learning and Behavioral Disabilities provides students with an in-depth background in working with students who have learning and behavioral disabilities. Students learn about the physiological causes of learning and behavior, enabling them to gain a more holistic perspective of their students. Students plan, implement, and assess instruction for students, considering their unique learning and behavioral needs. They model and implement approaches both in the university and school settings. Students may apply to receive New Jersey certification as a Teacher of Students with Disabilities after the completion of the required 21 credits.
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