Behavioral Analysis of Developmental Disabilities

Description of Concentration

This cross-disciplinary program of study provides students interested in working with children with disabilities the knowledge and skills necessary to be successful in settings such as a classroom or clinical and applied settings. This program emphasizes two areas — behavior analysis and developmental issues.

Requirements for Concentration

Required Courses:

PSY 1 Introduction to Psychology

4 hours

 

PSY 60 Principles of Behavior

3 hours

 

SPED 153 Applied Behavior Analysis and PBS

(Recommend PSY 60 prior to SPED 153)

3 hours

 

Required Either:

PSY 42 Child and Adolescent Development

3 hours

 

OR

 

 

EDUC 105 Human Development (Elem & Early Child)

3 hours

 

OR

 

 

EDUC 106 Human Development (Secondary)

3 hours

 

Required Either:

SPED 120 Introduction to Special Education

3 hours

 

OR

 

 

SPED 152 Charting and Assessment of Young Children with Needs

3 hours

 

Required Either:

PSY 148 Psychology of Developmental Disabilities

3 hours

 

OR

 

 

PSY 142 Behavior Analysis of Child Development

3 hours

 

University News
March 28, 2017
The Judith A. Lindquist Scholarship for Women MBAs covers up to half the cost of tuition for current and incoming Drake M.B.A. students who are unable to participate in a tuition reimbursement program through their employer.
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