Course: SPED 431. Atypical Development in Young Children with Disabilities (3)

May be taken prior to admission. This course examines atypical development in young children with disabilities and the interrelationships and implications of atypical development in motor, cognitive, sensory, language/speech and social/emotional areas. It is designed for professionals working in nursing, special education, physical and occupational therapy, speech and language, social work and child development. Emphasis is placed on etiology, research and evidence-based practices. Available for graduate credit. (Offered once each year.)

Fall-2024 - Schedule of Classes

SPED 431

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