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Sensory Impairments and Inclusion, Master of Arts in Teaching and Learning

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The Sensory Impairments and Inclusion master’s degree provides advanced coursework on current theories, research and practices for increasing access to curriculum for all students, including those with sensory impairments. The degree can be completed in combination with, or separate from, the teaching visual impairment licensure or the Orientation and Mobility licensure for the state of Ohio.

Topics Include: Philosophical, social, and practice issues: General student body, basics of orientation and mobility, language and children with disabilities, teaching visually impaired students

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Program Features 

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Career Paths 

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Intervention Specialist 
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Orientation and Mobility Specialist
Doctoral or Education Specialist Program
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Licensure Programs

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Degree Requirements

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Minimum credit hours:


Deadline to apply

March 1 (Autumn/Summer)
September 15 (Spring)

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Program start

Autumn/Summer/Spring Semester

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MA Virtual Information Session
Wednesday October 25, 4-5pm EST


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