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Earn a Master's Degree in Special Education

Next Step for Aspiring Special Educators

Designed for both experienced and aspiring professionals, UVM’s nationally accredited, 100% online Master of Education (MEd) in Special Education offers licensure and non-licensure pathways, community-based internships, and mentoring and support from nationally recognized UVM faculty and local professionals. Applications are accepted each fall (November) for the spring semester, and each spring (March) for the fall semester.

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Explore full funding opportunities for your M.Ed in Special Education at UVM. Request information now to learn about funding for full tuition and scholarships today.

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“Being able to work full-time as a special educator on a provisional license in the school district while completing courses and my internship requirements allows me to gain incredible knowledge through countless experiences. My work and schooling has shown me what it takes to be a committed educator and learn strategies to reach students from all walks of life. Grateful doesn’t do justice the way I feel about my time in this program.”

Keegan Bliss G’23

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