The Teacher of Students with Disabilities Endorsement is 21 credits, seven courses, and is available for candidates who already possess a Standard New Jersey Instructional Certificate in Elementary or Secondary education.
For those interested in serving students with special needs, but who do not have a current New Jersey Standard Instructional Certificate, Seton Hall offers an MA in Special Education that combines the initial certificate and the special education endorsement.
|EDST 6441||Serving Diverse Learners I: Foundations, Special Education Laws and Impact on Schools and Families||3|
|EDST 6442||Serving Diverse Learners II: Psychological Foundations, Disabilities and Accommodations. Transitions & Community Resources||3|
|EDST 6446||Assessment for Special Education & Diverse Learners
|EDST 6307||Integrating Curriculum and Technology in the Inclusive Classroom||3|
|EDST 6445||Creating an Environment for Diverse Learners: Curriculum, Strategies, Tools & Materials||3|
|EDST 6440||Behavioral Disorders: Theory, Treatment & Classroom Mgmt||3|
|EDST 6444||Autism Spectrum Disorders: Theory, Treatment, Practice||3|
Students must complete a minimum of 15 credits at Seton Hall to receive the state endorsement.
See the University's graduate catalogue for further details.