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Education Course Listing

For additional information regarding available course sections, CRN numbers, times, open seats and professors, please refer to the appropriate semester in the Courses Offered (Seats Taken) catalog. Term(s) Offered are subject to change based upon student enrollment.

COURSE TITLE CREDIT HOURS TERM OFFERED FIELD EXPERIENCE PRE-REQUISITES CO-REQUISITES
EDSP 265 Child Development (previously ECSE265) 3 Fall none none none
EDSP 303 Introduction to Special Education (previously SPED303) 3 Fall, Spring, Sum none 15 earned hours EDUC210
EDSP 317 Reading Strategies for Special Education (previously SPED417/SPED419) 3 Fall 25 hours EDUC210, EDSP303 none
EDSP 318 Assessment in Special Eduction (previously SPED350) 3 Fall none EDUC210, EDSP303 none
EDSP 321 Special Education in the Early Childhood Setting (previously ECSE402/ECSE403) 3 Fall none EDSP265 none
EDSP 326 Development of Communication Systems 3 Spring 10 CU Childcare EPaT none
EDSP 365 Understanding Difficult Behaviors 3 Spring 25 hours EDUC210, EDSP303 none
EDSP 370 Planning & Implementation of Individualized Plans for SPED 3 Spring 25 hours EDSP318, EDSP303 none
EDSP 380 Trends and Issues in Special Education (previously SPED444) 3 Summer 10 hours EDSP303 none
EDSP 409 Strategies for the Inclusive Secondary Classroom (previously SPED309) 3 Fall, Spring Block Placement (400) See Handbook EDUC410, EDUC416, EDUC418
EDSP 412 Science & Social Studies Methods for Special Education  3 Fall, Spring Block Placement (400) See Handbook EDSP413, EDSP414, EDSP415
EDSP 413 Reading Language Arts Methods for Special education 3 Fall, Spring Block Placement (400) See Handbook EDSP412, EDSP414, EDSP415
EDSP 414 Mathematics Methods for Special Education (previously SPED425) 3 Fall, Spring Block Placement (400) See Handbook EDSP412, EDSP413, EDSP415
EDSP 415 Co-Teaching, Consultation & Collaboration (previously SPED309) SPECIAL EDUCATION MAJORS 3 Fall, Spring Block Placement (400) See Handbook EDSP412, EDSP413, EDSP414
EDSP 415 Co-Teaching, Consultation & Collaboration (previously SPED309) ELEMENTARY EDUCATION MAJORS 3 Fall, Spring 25 hours ATEP,  EDSP303 EDUC306
EDUC 210 Diversity, Culture & Education in a Pluralistic Society 3 Fall, Spring, Sum 25 hours 15 earned hours EDSP303
EDUC 301 Educational Technology  3 Fall, Spring, Sum none EDUC210, EDSP303, 30 earned hrs EDUC305, EDUC305L
EDUC 304 Developmentally Appropriate Practice 3 Fall, Spring 25 hours EDUC210, EDSP303 none
EDUC 305 Psychology of Teaching & Learning  3 Fall, Spring, Sum 25 hours EDUC210, EDSP303, 30 earned hours EDUC301, EDUC305L
EDUC 306 Classroom Management & Instructional Strategies 3 Fall, Spring, Sum 25 hours ATEP, EPaT none
EDUC 307 Language Arts & Writing Across the Curriculum 3 Fall, Spring none EPaT none
EDUC 308 Reading in the Early Years (Grades K-2) 3 Spring none ATEP, EPaT EDUC309
EDUC 309 Reading in the Intermediate Years (Grades 3-5) 3 Spring none ATEP, EPaT EDUC308
EDUC 315 Understanding Reading Problems (previously EDUC309) 3 Fall, Spring 15 hours ATEP, EPaT none
EDUC 410 Secondary Content Methods  3 Fall, Spring Block Placement (400) See Handbook EDSP409, EDUC416, EDUC418
EDUC 412 Elementary Methods in Science & Social Studies (previously EDUC311/EDUC312) 3 Fall, Spring Block Placement (400) See Handbook EDUC413, EDUC414, EDUC416
EDUC 413 Elementary Methods in Mathematics (previously EDUC313) 3 Fall, Spring Block Placement (400) See Handbook EDUC412, EDUC414, EDUC416
EDUC 414 Methods of Literacy (previously EDUC314) 3 Fall, Spring Block Placement (400) See Handbook EDUC412, EDUC413, EDUC416
EDUC 416 Assessment and the Data Informed Teacher 3 Fall, Spring Block Placement (400) See Handbook EDSP409, EDUC410, EDUC418
EDUC 418 Content Area Reading (previously EDUC318) 3 Fall, Spring Block Placement (400) See Handbook EDSP409, EDUC410, EDUC416
EDUC 460 Student Teaching (previously EDUC456) 12 Fall, Spring 5 full days per week see Student Teaching Handbook