The ECSE program at Georgia State University provides innovative Certification, Masters, and Doctoral programs for students interested in careers working with young children with disabilities from birth through age 8.
· An urban setting that is inclusive and diverse
· Small class sizes
· Flexible part-time or full-time options
· Online course offerings
· Scholarships and graduate research assistantships
· Endorsement to be highly qualified to teach reading
Our graduates work in a variety of settings with young children with disabilities, including inclusive classrooms, special education classrooms, Head Start, and home-based settings. Our graduates fulfill an array of roles in these settings, including lead teachers, assessment specialists, early intervention coordinators, family advocates, and administrators.
There are opportunities for financial aid and scholarships for all programs and graduate research assistantships for Masters and Doctoral students. For more information about these programs, please contact Dr. Peggy Gallagher at email@example.com or 404-413-8041.
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Careers working directly with young children with disabilities and their families
Add-on certification option for those with previous certification (e.g., special education, early childhood education, SLP)
Careers working with young children with disabilities and their families
Potential for a higher salary than certification alone
Careers in university teaching and research
Individualized program of study to meet your career goals
For information about our GSU/TFA Collaborative Program please see http://coe.gsu.edu/tfa