Department of Teacher Education

Master of Education in Exceptionalities

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Why Choose the Exceptionalities Program?

If you are a Master of Education (M.Ed.) degree candidate who wants to gain knowledge and experience working with those with exceptionalities, but don't want to obtain a professional teaching license in special education, consider Wright State's Master of Education in Exceptionalities program. You will gain insight on both high-incidence disabilities and low-incidence disabilities across multiple age ranges and how exceptionalities impact the learning process.   

Contact Information

James Dunne, Ph.D.
327 Allyn Hall
937-775-3913
james.dunne@wright.edu


Academics and Curriculum

Program of Study


Admission

Admission Requirements

  • Bachelor's degree with a 2.7 cumulative minimum undergraduate GPA.
  • Demonstration of competence by scoring within the 50th percentile for each subtest on the GRE or the MAT.

Admission Process

1

Apply to the Graduate School, indicate the program(s) you desire on the Gradute School application and it will be forwarded to the college for review.

2

Clear FBI and BCI criminal background check. You can make appointments for FBI and BCI background checks by calling the Educational Resource Center at 937-775-2878.  

Questions about the graduate school application?

Contact: Graduate School
Location: 344 Student Union
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
Phone: (937) 775-2976
Fax: (937) 775-2453
Toll-free Number: 1-800-452-4723
Email: wsugrad@wright.edu


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