Bowling Green State University-Main Campus

Secondary Education and Teaching Online Masters programs at Bowling Green State University-Main Campus

827 students enrolled in Bowling Green State University-Main Campus distance education graduate program.

Due to COVID-19, BGSU is temporarily waiving the GRE and GMAT requirements for students applying to any of the University’s graduate certificates and master’s degree programs for summer 2020 and fall 2020. Graduate application fees for new domestic applicants for the summer and fall semesters will also be waived. The BGSU Master’s of Education in Special Education with a Specialization in Secondary Transition equips educators, rehabilitation professionals, counselors and others with the knowledge and performance skills to support youth with disabilities as they transition to adult life. Program graduates are prepared to assume leadership roles in transition education and services within school and community settings. A certificate in Secondary Transition TTW Endorsement is embedded into the master program or available as a stand-alone certificate. U.S. News and World Report recently singled out transition specialists as a hot new career in education. 6 start dates throughout the year 7-week courses 2-in-1 master degree and certificate Enhance your credentials Advance your professional knowledge. Secondary Education and Teaching does not lead to an initial teacher license. For info the Ohio Transition to Work Endorsement click here. Program graduates who hold a standard intervention specialist or career-technical license can add the Ohio Transition-to-Work (TTW) Endorsement to their teaching license. This is a valuable credential, as many school districts require their educators to obtain the TTW endorsement. Teaching Students with Exceptionalities or Partnerships in Work-based Learning. (or other eCampus graduate courses with program advisor approval). For Area of Study, select Master’s and Special Education: Secondary Transition with Secondary Transition Certificate MEd (eCampus) . Note: All graduate level programs use the same Graduate College Application. A $45 nonrefundable application fee is assessed for domestic applications. The international application fee is $75.