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Welcome to the Early Childhood/Elementary and
Special Education Website

Preparing Competent, Compassionate, Collaborative,
and Committed Leaders"

The Early Childhood/Elementary and Special Education Department (EESE) provides undergraduate and graduate programs for students seeking preparation to work with children in the community, agencies, and PreK-12 school settings.  The teacher education programs are approved by the Virginia Department of Education (DOE) and accredited by the National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE). The EESE Programs provide instruction, field experiences, and clinical practices that develop excellence in teaching skills to serve diversified populations.

  • The Bachelor of Science (BS) degree in Early Childhood Education prepares individuals to work in pre-school settings.
  •  The Pre K-3 and Pre K-6 Elementary Education and K-12 Special Education General certification degrees      result   in a Virginia teaching license for the specified discipline.
  • The Master of Arts (MA) degree in Pre-Elementary has the birth through age nine concentration.
  • Early Childhood Special Education birth through age five (add-on teacher certification endorsement) degree is also an optional concentration area of study for the MA degree in Pre-Elementary.
  • The Master of Arts in Teaching Elementary Education Pre K-6 (MAT.ECE) certification endorsement degree results in a Virginia teaching license.
  • The Master of Arts (MA) degree in Special Education has five areas of study.  Special Education K-12 General Curriculum
  1. Special Education K-12 General Curriculum
  2. Special Education K-12 Adapted Curriculum
  3. Special Education Rehabilitation Counseling
  4. Special Education Severe Disabilities General - non-teaching
  5. Certification in PreK-12 Vision Impairment is a Master Level (Post-Baccalaureate) Endorsement Program 

§ CLICK TABS AT TOP OF THIS PAGE TO SEE INFORMATION ON PROGRAMS, CURRICULA, COURSE DESCRIPTIONS, TEACHER EDUCATION, HANDBOOKS, ASSESSMENTS, APPLICATIONS, ETC.

WE WANT TO ASSIST YOU YOUR EDUCATION DECISIONS! CONTACT THE EESE DEPARTMENT.


Email:  cwcoyle@nsu.edu  Office - 757-823-8841/8262, Norfolk State University, 700 Park Ave., Norfolk, VA  23540

 

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