MEd in Special Education – Low Incidence
The Special Education – Low Incidence program at Wichita State University combines quality, accredited instruction with opportunities for research and applied to learn in Kansas’ largest school district—leading to high-demand careers in a variety of settings.
|Part-time Duration:||1 year|
|Starting in:||January 2020, August 2020|
|Location:||Wichita Campus (Wichita, United States)|
The program offers multiple specializations. Most students work full time, completing their degree in the evening through our fully online format. The program is excellent preparation for doctorate-level study in education.
The Special Education – Low Incidence program at Wichita State University will give you the knowledge, skills, and confidence to make a positive impact in the classroom—and on your career.
“The main thing I like and WSU that you can meet a lot of people from different parts of the world in one small city in the United States. Another thing I like about Wichita State is the job opportunities you can have. I was able to find 3 on-campus jobs during my freshman and sophomore years. Almost everyone I meet in Wichita is nice and helpful. There are lots of people who make me think this is my home away from home.“
Athira Suresh Pillay // India // Aerospace Engineering Major
- Transition across Life Span
- Positive Behavior Supports for Students With Exceptionalities
- Internship/Practicum: Positive Behavior Supports
- Nonsymbolic & Symbolic Communication