Master of Arts in Special Education
NDNU's Master of Arts in Special Education program prepares students to teach in special education settings in public and private schools. The degree builds upon the Education Specialist Credential, enabling students to complete additional coursework and a capstone project to earn a Master of Arts in addition to the credential. Each course in the program meets once per week late afternoons and evenings. Summer courses meet two times per week. A program plan is arranged for each student when he or she meets with the program director.
NDNU admits students throughout the year for fall, spring and summer semesters. Please review the NDNU General Catalog for complete admission requirements.
Mary Buckman, Lecturer in Education, at NDNU since 2001
BA, Humboldt State University; MA, San Francisco State University
Lu Chang, Professor of Education and Director, Single Subject Credential Program, at NDNU since 1994
BA, University of International Business and Economics; MA, California State University, Northridge; Ed.D., University of the Pacific
Ellen Curran-Archbold, Lecturer in Education, at NDNU since 2008
BA, University of Illinois; MA, University of North Carolina; ABD, University of Denver
Margaret Koshland-Crane, Lecturer in Education, Director of Academic Success Center and PASS program, at NDNU since 2003
BS, Boston University; MS, College of New Rochelle; Ed.D., University of San Francisco
Irv Rollins, Core Faculty in Education, at NDNU since 1979
BA, MA, San Francisco State University; Ed.D., University of San Francisco
Judy Doktor, Ph.D., Program Director
(650) 508-3627, email@example.com
Tel: 1 (800) 263-0545 or
Fax: (650) 508-3426
M-Th 9:00 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.
F 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.