ONLINE MASTER'S IN SPECIAL EDUCATION: FREE WEBINAR

Free Webinar: Online Master's in Special Education, Autism & Severe Disabilities

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Learn more during our free informational webinar. 

Monday, February 18th 6:00 PM Central Standard Time

Facilitated by University of Nebraska–Lincoln Associate Professor Ellin Siegel, this free webinar enables participants to:

  • Gain an understanding of the importance of specialized skills in autism spectrum disorder and severe disabilities
  • Learn more about the online Special Education, MA program—curriculum options, instructors, interaction with peers, and what the online courses are like
  • Have your questions answered! Participants may send their specific questions in ahead of time, or submit via chat during the presentation.

 

How the Webinar Works

  • Our webinar is held in real-time, allowing participants to interact directly with Professor Siegel
  • The webinar uses a web-based application — all you need is an Internet connection to participate (no significant downloads required)
  • Upon signing up, you will receive information via e-mail with details and login instructions; your e-mail address will only be used to communicate with you about the informational webinar unless you request more information

About the online Special Education, MA

Earn a master's degree online in special education with a specialization in teaching students with autism spectrum disorders and severe disabilities.

Develop skills to deliver services that maximize the potential of students with autism spectrum disorders and other students with significant disabilities.

This program is for:

  • Preschool, elementary or secondary-level teachers
  • Special education teachers
  • Speech-language pathologists
  • And other educational professionals

Be a greater asset to children and youth with disabilities, position yourself for career advancement and leadership opportunities, and achieve personal satisfaction.

 

 

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