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Course Descriptions

EDU 686  Autistic Spectrum Disorders with Field Experience (3 credits)
This course is directed towards those students who wish to be certified in Special Education. It will be an overview of the characteristics and learning traits, classification systems, assessment strategies, approaches and interventions related to students with autism. Emphasis will be placed on the different disorders on the spectrum including asperger’s Syndrome. Students will be given the tools needed to work with families and agencies to develop a comprehensive program that meets the individual needs of their students. Students will have a 10 hour field experience in a facility that services students on the autism Spectrum.

EDU 690 ASD Methods, Materials and Strategies for PreK to 8th Grade (3 credits)
This course is the second required course in the Autism Endorsement Program. It is designed to give an in-depth understanding of various strategies, interventions and therapies used with students with ASD. The course will examine this area from preK to 8th grade. It requires 20 hours of field experience

EDU 691 ASD Methods, Materials and Strategies for 9th grade to age 21 (3 credits)
This course is the third course in the Autism Endorsement Program. It is designed to give an in-depth understanding of various strategies, interventions and therapies used with students with ASD. The course will examine this area from middle school to high school and Asperger’s syndrome.

EDU692 Behavioral Analysis for the Educator and Related Service Providers (3 credits)
This course is the fourth course in the Autism Endorsement Program. It is designed to give an in-depth understanding of various strategies, interventions and therapies used with students with ASD. The course will explain and make useful, Applied Behavioral Analysis for educators and various service providers. Twenty hours of field experience is required.

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