GRE: no requirement
Deadline: June 15 & Sept. 15
Additional requirement: Wyoming teaching certificate
*Attention Fall 2017 applicants: qualified applicants will be invited to attend a mandatory interview day on campus in Laramie, date TBA.
The Master's in Education, with an option in Special Education, prepares graduates for K-12 teaching positions to serve students with special needs. This program will benefit teachers seeking competence in instructional and positive behavioral strategies for students with learning/behavioral needs. Upon completion of this program, students will be eligible to apply to the Wyoming Professional Teaching Standards Board for an endorsement in K-12 Special Education.
The master's degree program is 33 credit hours for a Plan B project or 41 credit hours for a Plan A thesis. All the classes are taught using distance delivery such as video-conferencing, online, intensive weekends, or combinations of delivery methods. This program is designed for licensed teachers to add a Master’s degree to their qualifications. In addition to the degree, successful students can apply for a teaching endorsement in K-12 Special Education from the Wyoming Professional Teaching Standards Board.
Are you a current Master's student? See below for information on program policies (in the handbook) and Master's program culminating activity options.
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|Resident Tuition||Non-Resident Tuition|
|Outreach Courses Campus Courses||Outreach Courses Campus Courses|
|$210/credit $210/credit||$294/credit $629/credit|
Additional outreach course fees: $20/credit for video or audio classes; $40/credit for online classes.
Please BE ADVISED that tuition for Outreach courses will be increasing. See link for details.
There are two application deadlines for this program: June 15 (for Fall semester) and September 15 (for Spring semester).
Step 1: Apply to UW and Professional Studies through the online applicant portal
Step 2: Submit official copies of transcripts to UW Admissions
Following the receipt of your completed application and a faculty review, faculty members will vote to recommend your admission or denial. You will receive an acceptance or denial letter from the Special Education Program. You will be invited to campus for an on site interview with the faculty as part of the final acceptance process. If you accept the offer of admission, please email Tiffany Kautzsch (email@example.com) within two weeks of the receipt of this letter. Upon acceptance, a temporary advisor will be assigned to you.