Early Childhood Special Education
|The ECSE program at Georgia State University provides innovative certification, masters and doctoral programs for students interested in careers working with young children with disabilities from birth through age eight. Our graduates work in a variety of settings with young children with disabilities, including inclusive classrooms, special education classrooms, Head Start and home-based settings. Our graduates fulfill an array of roles in these settings, including lead teachers, assessment specialists, early intervention coordinators, family advocates and administrators. View the Early Childhood Special Education program handbook 2016 for further details or read our ECSE FAQ – June, 2016 for help.|
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Ph.D. program: (Contact Dr. Sarah Hansen)
For information on financial aid and scholarships for all programs and graduate research assistantships contact:
Dr. Sarah Hansen