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SPEĀ 3603. Introduction to Special Education. (3-0) 3 Credit Hours.

A study of individuals, groups, and populations with disabilities or exceptionalities. Content covered includes special education and disability law, critical issues in special education, special education processes and procedures, etiology, characteristics, prevalence, and placement options. Knowledge and competencies necessary for providing research-based, empirically derived best practices in curriculum and instruction to preschool and school-aged children and youth with exceptionalities in inclusive settings will also be presented. (Formerly ATE 3603, EDP 3603, and IDS 3303. Credit cannot be earned for more than one of the following: ATE 3603, EDP 3603, IDS 3303, or SPE 3603.) (Formerly titled "Introduction to Exceptionality.") Generally offered: Fall, Spring, Summer.

Department of Mathematics

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...Plan 1 BBL 3403 , EDU 2103 , and SPE 3603 are not required if student is...