SEFB - Special Ed Field Based (SEFB)

SEFB 420 Education and Employment Issues in Secondary Special Education

Credits 3. 2 Lecture Hours. 3 Other Hours.

Field-based course involving psychological, social, physical and cognitive development of secondary-age students; career assessment; programmatic options within educational and employment settings; transition models from school to adult settings.
Prerequisites: Admission to professional phase of program.

SEFB 425 Student Teaching in Special Education

Credits 6. 24 Other Hours.

Observation and participation in an accredited special education classroom; techniques of teaching special education and appropriate instructional strategies for students with exceptionalities. Must be taken on a satisfactory/unsatisfactory basis.
Prerequisites: Admission to professional phase of program and to student teaching.

SEFB 430 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 8 times for credit.
Prerequisites: Junior or senior classification; approval of instructor; approval of department head.

SEFB 499

Credits 15. 15 Lecture Hours.