Representatives of the JMU Army ROTC Duke Battalion, Air Force ROTC, Student Veterans Association and Veteran Scholars Task Force placed about 2,500 small American flags, donated by Home Depot, on the JMU Quadrangle to commemorate Veterans Day 2015 ... Read More >
A year long relationship with Malmo University in Sweden gives JMU's College of Education the opportunity to share innovative research and technologies in the field of Education Technology. ... Read More >
The M.Ed. in Special Education offers a non-teaching program of study for individuals who already hold a professional teaching license or those wishing to work with individuals with exceptionalities in areas other than teaching. Candidates who pursue the M.Ed. program typically do so to advance their knowledge of particular exceptionalities and further develop specific areas of interest. Graduates of this program often find employment in administrative or consultative roles, vocational programs, residential programs, or other alternative service settings.
Although the program is not designed to meet Virginia requirements for teacher licensure or endorsement, one's program of study may include courses that could subsequently qualify the graduate for additional endorsements in gifted education or ESL provided the individual already holds a valid Virginia teaching license. Certificate programs may be completed in various areas such as autism, gifted education and behavior management.