Special Education
Master of Science
Register By Sep 17, 2019
Classes Begin: Nov 03, 2019

Earn your Master's in Special Education

The field of Special Education is one of the most promising and rewarding career opportunities. With a combination of exceptional resources and learning experiences, our graduate program will equip you with the knowledge, tools, and confidence you need to succeed in your field.

The Master’s Degree in Special Education is an Alternative Teacher Certification Program in conjunction with Daemen College. This program offers two options: Childhood Special Education track (Grades 1-6) and Early Childhood Special Education track (Birth-Grade 2). Upon completion of the program, you will easily be able to obtain certification in the second track, allowing you to be certified in both Early Childhood and Childhood Education. One of the advantages of our alternative certification program is that you will have the benefit of applying for Transitional B Certification upon completion of the second cycle of the program. This temporary certification will enable you to take part in many lucrative job opportunities while you are still working towards your degree completion.

Upon successful completion of the Master’s Program, you will be recommended for NY State Teacher Certification in both Special Education and General Education.

Graduates of the Master’s Program in Special Education have made their mark as Classroom Teachers and Assistants, P3 Providers, SEIT Instructors, Early Intervention Instructors, Headstart Teachers, Pre-K Teachers, Resource Room Teachers, and Inclusion Class Teachers.

Fall 2019 Registration Dates:

September 8, 2019 – 11:30am in Monsey, Ateres Bais Yaakov, 200 Summit Park Road
September 15, 2019 – 11:00am in Brooklyn, Ditmas Intermediate Schood, 700 Cortelyou Road
September 16, 2019 – 7:30pm in Brooklyn, Ditmas Intermediate Schood, 700 Cortelyou Road
September 17, 2019 – 8:00pm in Lakewood, Bnos Bais Yaakov High School, 155 N. Oberlin Avenue

September 12, 2019 – 7:30pm in Brooklyn, Bais Yaakov 18th Avenue, 4419 18th Avenue


1 1/2 years
Childhood track: $21,890; Early Childhood track: $22,440
Earning a Master's Degree in Special Education will lead you to many diverse and lucrative career opportunities. According to the US Bureau of Labor and Statistics, the median annual wage for special education teachers in May 2017 was $58,980.

Apply for your Master's in Special Education in 5 steps:

Complete your Bachelor's Degree through TTI or from a regionally accredited program.
Call the Master's in Special Education Hotline at 877-RING-TTI ext. 11 to request an applicant packet.
Review the packet and prepare your documentation as instructed.
Attend one of our registration sessions and submit your application. Registration is held conveniently in Brooklyn, Monsey and Lakewood.
Daemen College will determine your eligibility and make a decision about admission into the program.

Program Features:

  • Cohorts starting two times per year, February and October.
  • Separate cohorts for men and women in Brooklyn.
  • Convenient class schedule. Women’s classes meet every Sunday. Men’s classes meet two evenings per week.
  • With our unique program design, you can start your lucrative career after just one semester, with your Transitional B Certification!
  • Writing workshops are given to assist in developing graduate level writing skills.
  • Exciting fieldwork opportunities.
  • Flexible schedule designed around the Yomim Tovim and Jewish calendar.

Prior Requirements:

Daemen College welcomes those who possess a Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university. To request an applicant packet and to learn more, please call 877-RING-TTI ext 11.


TTI offers this program through its partnership with Daemen College. Any credit or degrees described here are offered through our partner institution. TTI is not a college or university and does not offer credit bearing courses or degrees in New York State.

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