|Track 1||M.Ed. candidates entering the M.Ed. program with no current, valid teaching license or with
an emergency license only.
Does NOT lead to licensure.
|Track 2||M.Ed. candidates entering the M.Ed. program with a valid "A" Mississippi teaching license.
Leads to AA licensure.
- March 1 (summer and fall admission)
- October 1 (spring admission)
See the Graduate Handbook for information on completing the application process.
The program prepares graduates to deliver appropriate levels of service to individuals with exceptional learning needs in various settings. Graduates from this program have found positions in schools, clinical settings, or community agencies serving individuals with exceptional learning needs.
Online/Regional Campus Options
The full program of study for the Master of Education with an emphasis in Special Education is offered only at the Oxford campus. The program currently does offer some online, hybrid, and compressed video courses, but the majority utilizes the traditional face-to-face approach.
For More Information
Denise A. Soares
M.Ed. Special Education Program Coordinator
Assistant Chair of Teacher Education; Special Education Program Coordinator; Assistant Professor of Special Education
Department of Teacher Education
School of Education
The University of Mississippi
335 Guyton Hall
University, MS 38677
(662) 915-6718 Fax