EDU-2110 Introduction to Exceptional Populations

3 credits

Prerequisite: None.

This course examines the development and special needs of children and adolescents who have developmental disabilities, learning disabilities, speech and language disorders, emotional disturbance, physical disabilities, sensory disabilities, intellectual giftedness and talents, or other exceptionalities. The evolution of special education law and its implications for inclusion of exceptional students into regular classroom environments is also investigated. (Shared course in VSC)