Course Sequence and Course Descriptions Mild Interventions (All-Grade), 126 hours
Here is a suggested sequence for the courses required for this major. Not everyone's schedule will be exactly like this.
Schedules and when courses are offered can change, so check with your department advisor to make sure you are on track for graduation.
Fall Semester -- 11 hours (plus 6 hours university core) ENG 103 - Rhetoric and WritingSPCED 201 - Introduction to Students With Exceptional NeedsBIO 102 - Biological Concepts for TeachersSpring Semester -- 15 hours (plus 3 university hours core)ENG 104 - Composing ResearchMATHS 207 - Mathematics for the Teacher of the Exceptional LearnerSPCED 266 - Practicum in Special EducationGEOG 101 - Earth, Sea, and Sky: A Geographic ViewGEOL 101 - Planet Earth's Geological Environment
SPCED 202 - Legal and Procedural Foundations of Special Education MUSED 265 - Basic Music for Classroom Teachers EDPSY 250 - Human Growth and Development PHYCS 100 - Conceptual Physic AED 200 - Understanding ArtSpring Semester SPCED 371 - Introduction to Mild InterventionsEDPSY 345 - Educational Tests and MeasurementSPCED 277 - Human Relations and Collaborative Skills for Special EducatorsSPCED 309 - Principles of Behaviorology in Special EducationEDPSY 306 - Behavior Analysis in EducationSPAA 270 - Language Development* Enrollment in 300 level courses requires admission into the Teachers College including passing the PPST licensing levels.
Fall Semester -- 12 hours (plus 3 courses university core) EDRDG 400 - Teaching of Reading in Today's SchoolsMATHS 392 - Teaching Mathematics to Learners with DisabilitiesSPCED 311 - Developmental Methods for Infants and Toddlers with Exceptional NeedsSPCED 375 - Assessment in Special EducationSpring Semester -- 15 hours (plus a 3 hour content elective) SPCED 361 - Advanced Practicum in Special EducationSPCED 376 - Teaching Methods in Mild InterventionsEDRDG 430 - Corrective ReadingSPCED 475 - Trends and Issues in Special EducationEDLIB 462 - Materials for Young Adults* Advanced Practicum Mild (Early/Middle Childhood) must be taken concurrently with SPCED 376
Fall Semester -- 12 hours (plus 3 hours SPCED Direct Elective) EDFON 420 - Social, Historical, and Philosophical Foundations of EducationSPCED 361 - Advanced Practicum in Special EducationSPCED 476 - Mild Interventions for Adolescents and Young Adults with Exceptional NeedsHIST 150 - The West in the WorldSpring Semester -- 12 hours SPCED 489 - Student Teaching: Mild DisabilitiesSPCED 491 - Student Teaching: Secondary Mild Interventions*Advanced Practicum Mild (Young Adolescent and Young Adult) must be taken concurrently with SPCED 476
*SPCED 489 to be done in two 8-week placements for a total of 16 weeks.
Effective June 1, 2002
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