Office of Assessment, Accreditation, and Academic Program Planning

UNCG Student Learning Outcomes

Special Education, General Curriculum (MEd)


The primary goal of the M.Ed. in Special Education is to prepare personnel to assume diverse roles in education and community settings working with individuals who have high-incidence disabilities and their families. Upon graduation, students may pursue professional careers in public or private schools, community agencies, clinics, or residential centers serving individuals with disabilities.

Learning Outcomes

Improve Special Education Services Through Program Evaluation
Students will lead and collaborate planning and intervention efforts to improve special education services through program evaluation.

Student Facilitation of Learning Process
The student is able to facilitate the learning process in various educational environments, using a range of service delivery while using advanced knowledge and skills relative to effective instructional approaches for students with mild to moderate disabilities.

Advanced Knowledge and Skill in Assessing Learner Needs
The student facilitates interdisciplinary perspectives in service delivery and advanced knowledge and skill relative to assessing learner needs.

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