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FAQs

M.Ed. in Special Education

For answers to more FAQs about the School of Education, see the general FAQs page.

Program Questions
  • How long will it take to complete this program?
  • What are the deficiency courses for someone without a teaching certificate?
  • What is involved in clinical experiences?
  • How do I get 100 hours of clinical experience?
  • When should I take the Illinois Content Area Test?
  • When should I take the Assessment of Professional Teaching (APT) Test?
  • Can I student teach during evenings or weekends, or during the summer?

 

   
International Students
  • Can international applicants apply for the M.Ed. in Special Education program?
Student Teaching
  • What is the student teaching application and where can I get one?
  • What's the purpose of student teaching interviews?
  • When applying for student teaching, will I get the school I request?
  • When student teaching, do I abide by Loyola's schedule or my school schedule?
  • Do I have to attend the seminars while student teaching?
  • Do I have to register for student teaching as a regular course?
  • How is a student evaluated when he/she is student teaching?
  • Does completion of the teacher education program automatically qualify me for certification?
  • What grades does my certificate qualify me to teach?
  • How do I apply for state certification?
  • What if I move to a different state?



Loyola

School of Education
820 N. Michigan Ave., Lewis Towers 11th Floor
Chicago, IL 60611
312.915.6800 ยท SchlEduc@luc.edu

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