Exceptional Children

Offered As: Minor

Overview

The Exceptional Children Minor is designed for students who would like a foundation in the education of exceptional children but who do not wish to major in either the Education of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing or Special Education: General Curriculum. Students majoring in these licensure areas are not eligible for the Exceptional Children minor.

Exceptional Children Minor

Choose any 18 unduplicated hours.  At least six hours must be at the 300-level or higher.

Prefix

Course Title

Semester Hours

ASL 101 American Sign Language I

3

ASL 102 American Sign Language II

3

ASL 201 American Sign Language III

3

EDU 202 Educational & Psychological Foundations of Deaf Children

3

EDU 218 Characteristics of Students with Mild and Moderate Disabilities

3

EDU 225 Exceptional Children (taken concurrently with EDU 300)

3

HPE 260 Exceptionalities in Physical Education

3

EDU 300 Practicum (taken concurrently with EDU 225)

1

EDU 316 Management Techniques for the Exceptional Learner

3

EDU 319 Collaboration and Consultation

2

EDU 332 * Methods of Teaching the Deaf and Hard of Hearing

3

EDU 414 * Methods for Teaching Math to Students with Disabilities

3

EDU 417 * Assessment in Special Education

2

EDU 418 * Special Education Methods

3

* These courses require (a) declaration of major with teacher licensure; (b) passing of 56 hours of coursework; and (c) attempting the Praxis Core Academic Skills test in reading, writing, and math.  The declaration of major requirement will be waived.

Contact Us

Dr. Jackie Ennis, Dean
School of Education
Hardy Center

jennis@barton.edu
800-345-4973 x6431
252-399-6431
252-399-6571 (fax)