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Technology in Special Education
The Master of Arts in Education: Learning and Technology program prepares teacher candidates to effectively design and infuse technology-embedded curriculum into K-12 teaching and learning environments alongside earning the Moderate/Severe Disabilities Specialist Preliminary Credential.
This program empowers candidates to enhance learning through technology in the special needs classroom. Coursework delves into instructional strategy, behavioral support, intervention, and assessment for students with moderate/severe disabilities, as well as core classes in educational technology and learning.
The Non-Intern track is specifically designed for the candidate who is not teaching full time in a K–12 school and/or who lacks subject-matter competence. The Intern track is for candidates with current full-time teaching contracts. Candidates must see an advisor for proper placement in tracks within this credential program.
- The program’s flexible hybrid format lets you take courses on campus and online while earning your credential and degree.
- Gain the skills and understanding needed to meet the needs of special education students.
- Expert faculty offer quality instruction grounded in a Christian worldview, creating a relevant program that enables students to make a difference in their classrooms.
- Small class sizes create a rich learning community as students progress through the program with a cohort of peers.
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School of Education Accreditation
Azusa Pacific University receives accreditation from the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC). In addition, the School of Education receives accreditation from the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE), which is transitioning to the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP), making APU one of only three private schools in California with this distinction. Further, our credential programs are accredited by California’s Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC). Our Educational Psychology program is also accredited by the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP). These notable accreditations set APU graduates apart from other candidates and ensure your degree will be recognized throughout the United States and internationally.
Azusa Pacific University secured a place in the most prestigious category of U.S. News & World Report’s America’s Best Colleges 2016 rankings, placing in Tier One at No. 175 in the National Universities category. In addition, The Princeton Review named APU as 1 of 124 institutions in the 2016 Best Colleges in the West, and G.I. Jobs named APU a Military Friendly School for 2016, placing APU among the top 15 percent of schools in the country helping military students reach their educational dreams.