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MSEd/EdS in Special Education Administrator

100% Online Courses

Inspire Positive Outcomes.

Enrolling Now, Classes Begin October 21, 2019

Are We Seeing It? Prevent Blindness with BPU Concord | SEPTEMBER 24 | 6 -7:30 P.M.
UPCOMING workshop:
Discovering the Reading Science | SEPTEMBER 30 | 9:00 A.M. - 3:00 P.M.

Administrators of special education play an essential and intricate role in setting the direction of educational services for students with disabilities.

Bay Path University’s Special Education Administrator program is like no other in the state of Massachusetts. Our unique coursework was designed to look at administration through the lens of special education. Whether you are seeking your administrator license or are already serving in the role, this curriculum meets the professional standards for leadership to promote the learning and growth of all students and success of all staff.

If there is a significant interest in your area, contact us today to discuss cohort options.

About the Degree

  • MSEd/EdS Program Options:
    • Initial Licensure: For students seeking a Massachusetts Initial License in Special Education Administrator
    • Non-Licensure: For students seeking the MSEd or EdS degree without licensure
  • Tuition is one of the most affordable in the state
  • Classes begin every February and October 
  • Convenient 100% online courses
  • Taught by highly experienced and supportive faculty 
  • Option to attend full-time or part-time while continuing with family life, work, and other commitments, see program outcomes
  • Access to mentoring, tutoringlibrary resourcesacademic resources, and career services to assist students in becoming independent and successful learners
  • Affordable tuition and financial aid is available
  • No GMAT or GRE required

This graduate program is for students who currently hold either:
  • An initial license in special education, or a certificate as a school guidance counselor, school principal/assistant school principal, school psychologist, school social worker/school adjustment counselor, or speech, language and hearing disorders teacher and completion of three full years of employment in a district-wide, school-based, or other educational setting, or
  • Completion of at least three full years of employment in law, public policy, higher education, or other related field accepted by the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.