New Hampshire MS Special Education Certification and Exam Requirements
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WGU's Masters of Special Education program in New Hampshire leads to an endorsement inGeneral Special Education.
New Hampshire does not require any special education Praxis exams for certification; however, students must meet all exams required as part of their WGU program, as outlined on each student's Degree Plan.
Those who matriculate in the MS Special Education program after March 1, 2010 will complete 240 in-class clock hours of supervised practicum in elementary and secondary special education classrooms as part of their capstone project.