Adolescent Special Education

The Advanced Certificate in Adolescent Special Education enables teachers with secondary certification in a content area (e.g., social studies, math, English, science) to obtain New York State certification as a Secondary Special Education Content Area Specialist. Pace University is one of few universities in New York State to offer the courses required for this additional, and highly desirable, certification.

This 18 credit post-masters program will prepare adolescent teachers to educate all students in inclusive secondary classes. Graduates of Pace's MST program who have taken ED 672 & ED 684 only need 12 additional credits. All courses are 3 credits.

ED 670

Issues and Trends in Special Education

ED 671

Diagnosis, Assessment & Educational Planning for Students with Disabilities

ED 672A

Differentiating Instruction in Inclusive Secondary Settings

Prerequisites:ED 640 and 641-647 or equivalent

ED 684 

Classroom Management & Collaboration in Inclusive Secondary Settings

ED 685 

Methods for Teaching Adolescent Students with Disabilities

Prerequisites:ED 672a

ED 697

Practicum in Special Education

For more information on this program, visit the School of Education website.