Minor in Early Childhood Special Education
The Minor in Early Childhood Special Education provides candidates with the knowledge of intervention strategies and learning environments that support the development of young children with disabilities in the birth to age 5 range.
Students majoring in another subject who wish to minor in early childhood special education must complete the following requirements.
|EDEC A303||Young Children in Inclusive Settings||3|
|EDSE A212||Human Development and Learning||3|
|EDSE A422Y||Strategies: Infants & Toddler Special Education||3|
|EDSE A474||Special Children from Birth Through Five||3|
|EDSE A482||Inclusive Classrooms for All Children||3|
|EDSE A490||Selected Topics: Early Childhood Special Education||3|
A total of 18 credits are required for the minor.
Program Student Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of the program students will be able to:
- Design learning environments that promote child development.
- Develop intervention practices which consider the individual learning needs of the child.
- Evaluate outcomes of intervention and use the information to modify intervention.