A course of study providing a continuum of strategies and techniques specifically designed to meet the needs of individuals with emotional/behavioral disabilities. The course content will include: developing classroom and individual behavior management plans, classroom organization and discipline, social skills, learning strategies, and monitoring behaviors in various settings. Fifteen hours of field experience are required. Prerequisites: SPED 233, SPED 234, SPED 237, and appropriate test scores (ACT 21, SAT 990, passing PPST). Credit, 3 hours. Offered Spring semesters.