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Majors & Programs
|Education, Education Leadership M.Ed. - Special Education Administration emphasis||
Grand Valley State University offers a Master of Education (M.Ed.) in Educational Leadership with an emphasis in special education administration. The program prepares graduates to work effectively in Kindergarten-12th grade Special Education administrative settings.
|Hybrid||36 - 45||Grand Rapids,Detroit|
|Education, Educational Leadership, M.Ed.||
Grand Valley State University's Master of Education (M.Ed.) in Educational Leadership offers emphasis areas in Educational Leadership and Special Education Administration. The program emphasizes theory, research, and practice in such areas as effective leadership, curriculum organization and improvement, personnel administration, finance, law, assessment, and other related topics.
|Hybrid||33||Grand Rapids,Traverse City,Detroit|
|Education, Instruction and Curriculum, M.Ed. - Educational Differentiation emphasis||
The Masters of Education (M.Ed) program in Instruction and Curriculum with an emphasis in Educational Differentiation allows educators to gain master's level understanding and content specialization. This prepares educators to understand and adapt lessons to the needs of students with exceptional abilities in a mixed-ability classroom.
The College of Education's Master of Education (M.Ed.) programs provide educators with opportunities for professional renewal and development. Graduate programs in education are designed to increase a student's understanding of the learning process and repertoire of methods and skills. The areas of study reflect the importance of increased breadth and depth of understanding of theoretical constructs and existing problems in education.
|Face To Face||33|
|Education, Special Education, M.Ed.||
The Special Education program is approved by the Michigan Department of Education to prepare teachers to work effectively with students who receive special education services. The program receives the highest level of national recognition from the Council for Exceptional Children.
The College of Education, in conjunction with other departments at Grand Valley, prepares students for certification in elementary and secondary education, and endorsements in special education.
|Face To Face||120||Allendale,Grand Rapids|