Learning and Behavior Disorders – Add On
Learning to handle students with special education needs take specific training.
Midway University offers its Learning and Behavior Disorders (LBD) degree certification with any of its teacher education programs which include elementary, middle or secondary education (P-5, 5-9, P-5/5-9 or 9-12).
The LBD concentration cannot be the only concentration for an Education degree. In order to take the LBD program, student must have successfully completed Checkpoint I and EDU 315 as well as have the LBD concentration listed on their academic record.
Students should always consult with their advisor on the schedule and courses required for this program.
|Course Number||Name of Course||Credit Hours|
Learning and Behavior Disorders P-12 Degree Add On
|EDU 321||Characteristics of Children and Youth w/Learning Behavoir Disorders||3|
|EDU 329||Educational Programming for Secondary LBD Students||3|
|EDU 332||Educational Evaluation Techniques||3|
|EDU 340||Classroom and Behavior Management for Children/Youth with LBD||3|
|EDU 350||Instructional Technology, Materials and Community Resources for Children and Youth w/LBD||3|
|EDU 380||Educational Programming for Elementary Students w/Learning and Behavior Disorders||3|
|EDU 390||Children and Youth with Exceptionalities in Regular Education||3|