The objective of the Master of Science in Exceptional Student Education (MSESE) Program at Albizu University, Miami Campus, is to afford you the opportunity to obtain a master’s level degree that will allow you to earn a teaching certificate within the state of Florida in Varying Exceptionalities, grades K-12.
Our MSESE curriculum is consistent with Albizu’s philosophy to offer high level instructional experiences to multicultural, diverse, and multi-ethnic learner populations and specifically to respond to the individual needs of ESE students.
Albizu University’s MSESE is a program accredited by the State of Florida Department of Education.
Our MSESE coursework offerings include surveys and concentration on exceptionalities, behavior management, inclusion, technology, communication disorders, curriculum, transition, assessment, and a research project as the degree capstone.
Courses are delivered in a face-to face, hybrid and online formats to provide you with the flexibility and convenience you may need to meet other life demands.
A selected and highly qualified group of exceptional education practitioners and experts will lead you through the path of discovery, challenges, and technology-infused academic journey that includes evidence-based materials and methodology, techniques, strategies, and scholarly research.
As a graduate of Albizu University’s MSESE Program you will be able to understand the policies, ethics, and procedures of exceptional education within the educational system. As a practitioner, you will also be able to engage in curriculum planning, collaboration, consultation, and implementation of policies and /or inclusion techniques and strategies.
Career opportunities available to Albizu's MSESE graduates include but are not limited to: exceptional education teacher in primary learning centers, elementary schools, middle schools, high schools, alternative schools, charter schools, hospitals, non-profit agencies, and specialized centers. In addition to the above, other options include consultant positions, mentorship, and/ or higher education faculty appointments.