Autism Spectrum Disorder Studies

Autism Spectrum Disorder Studies

Course Rotation

FIRST SEMESTER CREDIT HOURS
EDU 101 Educating Children with Disabilities 3
EDU 103 Language Development 3
EDU 210 Introduction to Autism Spectrum Disorders 3
ENG 101 College Composition 3
CPT 117 Software Applications

SECOND SEMESTER

 
CREDIT HOURS
EDU 225 Approaches to Working With Persons with ASD 3
EDU 230 Children and ASD 3
EDU 235 Data Collection, Interpretations and Usage for Planning 3
COM 104 Introduction to Communication 3
PSY 101 Introduction to Psychology 3

THIRD SEMESTER

 
CREDIT HOURS
EDU 240 Practicum I 3
EDU 245 Assistive Technology and ASD 3
EDU 250 Working with Family Members 3
MAT____ Math Elective 3
SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology 3

FOURTH SEMESTER

 
CREDIT HOURS
  Humanities Elective 3
  Human Biology or other 4 credit lab science 4
PSY 215 Developmental Psychology 3
EDU 255 Collaboration with Team Members for ASD 3
EDU 260 Practicum II 4
  TOTAL CREDITS 62

 

This listing of courses allows the student to meet pre-requisites and to complete this program in two years.  It is anticipated that the majority of the students will be already employed Ed. Tech. II’s working daily.  The classes will be offered evenings, possibly weekends, and summers to accommodate their work schedules. 

 

For more information contact: Dr. Mark Kavanaugh, Ph.D., Chair, Department of Social Sciences, KVCC         (207) 453-3689     mkavanaugh@kvcc.me.edu

 

Kennebec Valley Community College is an equal opportunity/affirmative action institution and employer. For more information, please call Affirmative Action Officer and ADA Compliance Officer, Dean of Academic Affairs, Enrollment Services Center, 92 Western Avenue, Fairfield, ME 04937, phone: 453-5822.

 

 

 

 Program Contact

Dr. Mark Kavanaugh
(207) 453-3689
mkavanaugh@kvcc.me.edu 
 

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