The emotional impairment program prepares teachers to implement best practices in a variety of educational settings. The emphasis is on instructional practices and individualized interventions that address the academic, social, and affective needs of students with emotional and behavioral disorders.
The M.Ed. degree in Special Education emphasis in Emotional Impairment requires 33 credit hours.
Research Foundations Coursework
Social Foundations Coursework (Take one)
Emotional Impairment Coursework
Capstone Coursework - Prerequisites are the completion of 27 credit hours including EDF 660. (Application Required*) (Take one)
*Application deadlines (Practicum/Thesis/Project): February 15 for spring/summer, May 15 for fall, September 15 for winter semester. Application form required. Apply in advance. Advisor approval required.
Students seeking only the Emotional Impairment Endorsement (K-12). Click here for requirements.