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Master of Education<br/> in Special Education

The Special Education graduate programs provide professionals with the specialized knowledge, skills and experiences needed to meet the educational needs of children with special needs. 

The curricula are based on the Standards of the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) and meet the requirements of the Michigan Department of Education.

The graduate programs in Special Education are:

For additional program options, see Professional Development.

program requirements
certificate requirements
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Emotional Impairment:
Dr. Erica Ruegg
425D Pawley Hall
(248) 370-2894
ruegg@oakland.edu

Specific Learning Disability:
Dr. Catherine Wigent
420A Pawley Hall
(248) 370-3080
wigent@oakland.edu

Autism Spectrum Disorder and
all pre-admission questions:

Carol A. Swift
405A Pawley Hall
(248) 370-3067 or
(248) 370-3077 to make an appointment
swift@oakland.edu

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