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Students analyze mathematics and science content, tasks, frameworks, and standards for students with disabilities. Activities are designed and adapted to support mathematics and science learning at all levels of education.
4 credit hours
- SPED 300 (or SPED 302 or ELED 302), 310, 311, 312, and consent of department chair
- Concurrent enrollment in ELED 437 and 438 is required
- Matriculation in graduate program is required of all graduate students
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