SEFB - Special Ed. Field Based

SEFB 618 Applied Behavior Management in the Classroom

Credits 3. 3 Lecture Hours.

Field-based course related to effective management of challenging behavior problems in the classroom using proactive classroom strategies, effective instruction and planned behavior interventions; discussion and applications of methods for observing, assessing and analyzing challenging behaviors.
Prerequisites: Graduate classification and approval of department head.

SEFB 630 Practicum in Applied Behavior Analysis

Credits 3. 9 Other Hours.

University-supervised experience related to specializations in special education and behavior analysis. May be taken eight times for credit.
Prerequisites: Graduate classification; SEFB 618; approval of department head.

SEFB 631 Intensive Practicum in Applied Behavior Analysis

Credits 3. 9 Other Hours.

University-supervised intensive experience related to specializations in special education and behavior analysis. May be taken eight times for credit.
Prerequisites: Graduate classification; SEFB 618; approval of department head.

SEFB 684 Internship in Special Education

Credits 1 to 4. 1 to 16 Other Hours.

University-directed experience in a professional employment setting; full-time teaching and responsibility in a classroom with students with disabilities. May be taken 4 times.
Prerequisites: Graduate classification and approval of department head.