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As a Liberal Arts College, Juniata College has created a unique experience for graduate students to learn the content knowledge and skills that will positively impact learners with special needs and those at-risk.

This 30-credit, practitioner-oriented degree is geared toward educational professionals in the commonwealth, nation, and world. Specifically, we will effectively prepare educational professionals affiliated with grades pre-k through 12 to provide equitable services focusing evidence-based practices to support children and youth. Topics covered include special education law, behavior management, assessment, effective instruction, culturally responsive teaching, among others.

30 credits • Online classes • Rolling admissions • Complete your degree in as little as 1 year

Courses   → Faculty   →
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As a Liberal Arts College, Juniata College has created a unique experience for graduate students to learn the content knowledge and skills that will positively impact learners with special needs and those at-risk.

This 30-credit, practitioner-oriented degree is geared toward educational professionals in the commonwealth, nation, and world. Specifically, we will effectively prepare educational professionals affiliated with grades pre-k through 12 to provide equitable services focusing evidence-based practices to support children and youth. Topics covered include special education law, behavior management, assessment, effective instruction, culturally responsive teaching, among others.

30 credits • Online classes • Rolling admissions • Complete your degree in as little as 1 year

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As a Liberal Arts College, Juniata College has created a unique experience for graduate students to learn the content knowledge and skills that will positively impact learners with special needs and those at-risk.

This 30-credit, practitioner-oriented degree is geared toward educational professionals in the commonwealth, nation, and world. Specifically, we will effectively prepare educational professionals affiliated with grades pre-k through 12 to provide equitable services focusing evidence-based practices to support children and youth. Topics covered include special education law, behavior management, assessment, effective instruction, culturally responsive teaching, among others.

30 credits • Online classes • Rolling admissions • Complete your degree in as little as 1 year

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As a Liberal Arts College, Juniata College has created a unique experience for graduate students to learn the content knowledge and skills that will positively impact learners with special needs and those at-risk.

This 30-credit, practitioner-oriented degree is geared toward educational professionals in the commonwealth, nation, and world. Specifically, we will effectively prepare educational professionals affiliated with grades pre-k through 12 to provide equitable services focusing evidence-based practices to support children and youth. Topics covered include special education law, behavior management, assessment, effective instruction, culturally responsive teaching, among others.

30 credits • Online classes • Rolling admissions • Complete your degree in as little as 1 year

Master of Education at Juniata College

Apply course content directly in the classroom, and become a part of our community of online learners.

Master of Education at Juniata College

Apply course content directly in the classroom, and become a part of our community of online learners.

Master of Education at Juniata College

Apply course content directly in the classroom, and become a part of our community of online learners.

Online, Not On Your Own

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This M. Ed. in Special Education will be delivered online. Course content will be provided primarily asynchronously; yet, there will be opportunities to meet synchronously allowing students to engage with peers and the professor, discuss difficult content, and ask questions. We believe that face-to-face meetings allow us to foster relationships and community.

student studying on a laptop

Online, Not On Your Own

This M. Ed. in Special Education will be delivered online. Course content will be provided primarily asynchronously; yet, there will be opportunities to meet synchronously allowing students to engage with peers and the professor, discuss difficult content, and ask questions. We believe that face-to-face meetings allow us to foster relationships and community.

student studying on a laptop

Online, Not On Your Own

This M. Ed. in Special Education will be delivered online. Course content will be provided primarily asynchronously; yet, there will be opportunities to meet synchronously allowing students to engage with peers and the professor, discuss difficult content, and ask questions. We believe that face-to-face meetings allow us to foster relationships and community.

student studying on a laptop

Online, Not On Your Own

This M. Ed. in Special Education will be delivered online. Course content will be provided primarily asynchronously; yet, there will be opportunities to meet synchronously allowing students to engage with peers and the professor, discuss difficult content, and ask questions. We believe that face-to-face meetings allow us to foster relationships and community.

student studying on a laptop

Online, Not On Your Own

This M. Ed. in Special Education will be delivered online. Course content will be provided primarily asynchronously; yet, there will be opportunities to meet synchronously allowing students to engage with peers and the professor, discuss difficult content, and ask questions. We believe that face-to-face meetings allow us to foster relationships and community.

Who should apply?

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We encourage current general educators, special educators and other educational professionals (e.g., paraprofessionals, early childhood educators, specialists) who desire the content knowledge and skills to help support them and their students in an inclusive setting to apply.

Who should apply?

We encourage current general educators, special educators and other educational professionals (e.g., paraprofessionals, early childhood educators, specialists) who desire the content knowledge and skills to help support them and their students in an inclusive setting to apply.

photo of student teacher in classroom

Who should apply?

We encourage current general educators, special educators and other educational professionals (e.g., paraprofessionals, early childhood educators, specialists) who desire the content knowledge and skills to help support them and their students in an inclusive setting to apply.

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Who should apply?

We encourage current general educators, special educators and other educational professionals (e.g., paraprofessionals, early childhood educators, specialists) who desire the content knowledge and skills to help support them and their students in an inclusive setting to apply.

photo of student teacher in classroom

Who should apply?

We encourage current general educators, special educators and other educational professionals (e.g., paraprofessionals, early childhood educators, specialists) who desire the content knowledge and skills to help support them and their students in an inclusive setting to apply.

photo of student teacher in classroom

How long is the program?

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Our program is designed to meet the needs of our graduate students; thus, each student will have an advisor who will help customize and tailor the program to meet his/her/their needs. It is possible to finish the program in one, intensive year, or for students who want to take fewer courses each semester, it would likely take approximately two years. For the 22/23 school year, the program will be offered as part-time only.

student using a tablet on a park bench

How long is the program?

Our program is designed to meet the needs of our graduate students; thus, each student will have an advisor who will help customize and tailor the program to meet his/her/their needs. It is possible to finish the program in one, intensive year, or for students who want to take fewer courses each semester, it would likely take approximately two years. For the 22/23 school year, the program will be offered as part-time only.

student using a tablet on a park bench

How long is the program?

Our program is designed to meet the needs of our graduate students; thus, each student will have an advisor who will help customize and tailor the program to meet his/her/their needs. It is possible to finish the program in one, intensive year, or for students who want to take fewer courses each semester, it would likely take approximately two years. For the 22/23 school year, the program will be offered as part-time only.

student using a tablet on a park bench

How long is the program?

Our program is designed to meet the needs of our graduate students; thus, each student will have an advisor who will help customize and tailor the program to meet his/her/their needs. It is possible to finish the program in one, intensive year, or for students who want to take fewer courses each semester, it would likely take approximately two years. For the 22/23 school year, the program will be offered as part-time only.

student using a tablet on a park bench

How long is the program?

Our program is designed to meet the needs of our graduate students; thus, each student will have an advisor who will help customize and tailor the program to meet his/her/their needs. It is possible to finish the program in one, intensive year, or for students who want to take fewer courses each semester, it would likely take approximately two years. For the 22/23 school year, the program will be offered as part-time only.