Teacher of Students with Disabilities Certification, Inclusive Education for Early Childhood (P-3) Teacher

Coordinator: Elizabeth Erwin
Office: University Hall, Room 3241
Phone: (973) 655-6843
Email: erwine@mail.montclair.edu

Overview

The Teacher of Students with Disabilities is a 24 credit program designed to provide graduate students with certification to teach students with disabilities (TSD) in P-3 settings. Students who apply to this program must have a bachelor's degree and P-3 teacher certification or the equivalent.

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Special Education and Learning Disabilities Brochure
The Special Education programs at Montclair State University are designed so that certified teachers and Learning Disabilities Teacher-Consultants develop a comprehensive understanding of special education. This includes knowledge about the field of special education and the relationship of special education to the family, other disciplines, and the community.

View Program Brochure - Special Education & Learning Disabilities

Admissions:

Students wishing to matriculate in this program must have a bachelor's degree and possess a standard New Jersey Early Childhood (P-3) instructional certificate. *Note: Admissions and certification requirements are subject to change. Consult with your department advisor.

Deadlines:

Credentials are processed as soon as they are received. This program does not have a specific deadline; however, the Office of Graduate Admissions & Support Services recommends that students submit their credentials as far in advance as possible for the semester they plan to begin their studies to ensure a timely review of their application.

TO APPLY TO THIS PROGRAM, PLEASE VISIT:  The Graduate School