Special Education – Educational Diagnostician

Graduate online program offered by the College of Education

With the Master of Education in Special Education with the Educational Diagnostician concentration, students learn to assess and diagnose the special learning needs of students using a variety of standardized assessments and curriculum-based assessments; provide consultation and prevention and intervention strategies within an educational setting. Graduates are employed as Educational Diagnosticians or teachers who are qualified to address assessment issues in the classroom.

Top 3 Careers

  • Educational Diagnostician
  • ARD Facilitator
  • Special Education Teacher

How it Works

  • ​33-hour Master of Education Degree in Special Education
  • Course schedule rotates throughout fall, summer and spring with courses offered each semester
  • Begin one summer and graduate the next summer, or go at a slower pace

Faculty

  • Brenda L. Barrio
  • Miriam Chacon Boesch
  • Mei Chang
  • Bertina Hildreth Combes
  • Angela Patton