Certificate: Secondary/Adult Generic Special Education
The Educational Professions Department offers an upper-division certificate in Secondary/Adult Generic Special Education. You are eligible to complete this certificate program if you are a currently enrolled undergraduate student earning secondary or K-12 teaching certification along with a major in your content discipline.
All candidates must complete application for each phase of the program and must meet all phase admission requirements.
If you have officially declared your intent to complete this certificate, you may count the nine graduate credits required towards your undergraduate degree.
If you already have a bachelor's degree and hold secondary or K-12 certification, you may attain dual certification through the M.Ed. in Special Education.
Course Requirements (33 hours) ***
* Also required for secondary and K-12 teaching certification.
Special Education Coordinator: Dr. Oma Gail Simmons / Phone: 301-687-4420
Click here to view the summary of requirements for a course of study offered by the Educational Professions department. (Education: Early Childhood/Elementary Program, Education: Elementary Program, Education: K-12 Programs, and Education: Secondary Programs.