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Master of Arts in Teaching Special Education

eCampus programDesigned for students interested in teaching children with mild disabilities, this program leads to Modified licensure.


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About eCampus

eCampus brings learning to you. You can pursue your college degree and manage your busy lifestyle by enrolling in the online programs available at the University of Memphis. Degrees and transcripts for online programs are identical in substance and appearance to those earned by on-campus students.

Online programs provide flexibility and portability so you can succeed at earning a degree in spite of family commitments, erratic work schedules, or limited mobility. Courses are offered via the Web, so wherever you can make a high speed internet connection, you can access your class and the many resources available to you as a student at a major university!

Online classes are engaging and convenient but they do require high levels of self-discipline and motivation. To ensure a successful online experience, it is essential to have regular, reliable, access to the appropriate computer equipment and a high speed Internet connection. You must also have an active University of Memphis email account.

Our programs are accredited through the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.

Our staff works with university departments who are interested in putting degree programs online by assisting with marketing, online course design, and streaming video selection.

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