The Master of Education: Special Education program is designed to allow students to pursue graduate-level study in the various areas of special education. Certified teachers (P-12) or related service personnel who wish to add to their repertoire of strategies for diverse learners in their settings would benefit from this program.
Students will complete the prescribed program course of study for 45 credits. The program is delivered on-line, with the core courses offered in conjunction with the Master of Education: Literacy.
“CWU is located in an ideal location, its right in the middle of WA and within driving distance of any city in WA which makes it easier to take vacations. CWU has small classes with less than 30 students in each class, this encourages a close student-instructor relationship which has been very helpful to me especially during my freshman year when I was trying to get used to the way of life here. CWU offers amazing tuition prices and waivers for international students to enable them to concentrate on school and not have to worry about their financials all the time. The international community here at CWU is very supportive of international students and the advisors are always looking out for the students by exploring new ways to improve the services they already offer.”
International Student Scholarship
No. of awards TBC
CWU's international student scholarship is a tuition scholarship and awards are based on current tuition rates. This scholarship is renewable each year at CWU as student maintains eligibility requirements, including high grades.
Value of Scholarship(s)
up to $9200 per academic year
This is a merit-based international student scholarship for graduate students. Awards vary based on incoming overall grades. It is automatically awarded.
Submission of a copy of a valid teaching certificate with application materials.High-Speed internet access and webcam are necessary requirements for online learning.Minimum of one year of contracted teaching or permission of special education faculty.Undergraduate GPA of 3.0Potential graduate students will need to identify their current knowledge, skills, and philosophy related to working with students with disabilities in their admission letter.
Recipient: Central Washington University
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