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Master of Arts in Special Education SPED

Explore the Master of Arts in Special Education at NMSU Global Campus

NMSU Global Campus offers the Master of Arts in Special Education (SPED) with 100% online coursework! 

The MA in SPED requires 30 credits of Special Education coursework. Our program provides preparation for a second teaching license, in Special Education, for those students who already have an initial teaching license in another area such as Early Childhood, Elementary, or Secondary Education.

There are two course prerequisites that may be required, SPED 500 (Introduction to Special Education in a Diverse Society) and SPED 523 (Advanced Curriculum for Diverse Exceptional Learners). If these courses are required, they must be taken in the first semester they are offered.

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NMSU Global Campus trains the socially just educators we need today!

The College of Health, Education and Social Transformation at New Mexico State University serves the people of New Mexico through education, research, extension education, and public service with specific emphasis on innovative practices, overcoming barriers to learning, international activities, technology, and literacy for the diverse populations of New Mexico, surrounding states and border communities.


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