The Special Education Program is one of the specializations of the College of Education and is concerned with graduating special education teachers and trainees to work with persons with disabilities, and to provide them with services in several fields.
ObjectivesThat the student acquires the experiences and skills that enable him to work with people with special needs in various educational environments. That the student acquires the ability to design individual plans and prepare training programs to provide appropriate services for people with special needs. That the student acquires the ability to benefit from the available resources to provide services to those in need.
Knowledge and understanding, intellectual skills, practical and vocational skills, general and transferable skills
Bachelor of Science and Education (Special Education Specialization)
The academic estimate of the student in the previous stage of this program. Admission test and personal interview. The capacity of the program to accommodate students according to the available capabilities.
The License (Bachelor) in Special Education prepares students to qualify for License (Bachelor).The student studies several subjects which have been carefully chosen in this major to cover its different aspects.
It comprises 8 Years of study, in which the student will study a total of131 units, which include 44 units of general subjects, and 79 major units, 4 of elective units. In addition to a final project in the student's major.
Stupy plan for this program is shown below:
|2||SE102||School health education||02||Compulsory||+|
|7||EPSY 100||General Psychology||02||Compulsory||+|
The concept of general psychology. The objectives of psychology and the variables that govern behavior, types of branches of psychology. The most important concepts and principles related to psychology. Research methods in general psychology, general psychological laws of human behavior. Schools of Psychology - Nervous System and Behavior. Higher mental processes, learning, the concept of stimulus and response, the concept of intelligence, perception, sensation, remembering, forgetting, and thinking. Motivation: Defining motivation and the different classifications of motives that can be limited to biological and physiological motives, employing psychological knowledge and educational concepts to serve the educational process.
|10||AR103||HOSTING ARABIC1||02||University requirement||+|
|2||CS101||UBUB'S COMPUTER2||02||University requirement||CS100||+|
|3||SE107||Healthy physical disability||02||Compulsory||SE100||+|
|4||EPSY201||GENERAL TEACHING METHODS||02||General||EPSY101||+|
This course introduces students to the concept of hearing impairment. It also deals with the knowledge of its causes, the methods of prevention, linking it to the reality, and determining hearing system structure. This course aims to develop students’ skills in distinguishing methods of teaching people with hearing disabilities by using their own speaking language, and how to use (educational tests) curricula to diagnose hearing impairment problems The course focuses on the application of educational tests for auditory distinction, the educational services provided to them, and hearing aids
|8||SE108||Concepts and terms in special education||02||Compulsory||EPSY100 SE100||+|
|9||SE110||Social practice of people with disabilities||02||Compulsory||SE101||+|
|11||SE109||Functional technical education||02||Compulsory||SE104||+|
|1||SE203||Psychological guidance and guidance||02||Compulsory||EPSY100 EPSY203||+|
|2||SE200||Mental disability||02||Compulsory||SE105 SE106 SE107||+|
|4||SE201||02||Compulsory||SE105 SE106 SE107||+|
|5||SE204||Qualifying skills for special categories||02||Compulsory||SE110||+|
|7||ST100||Principles of statistics||02||University requirement||+|
|8||AR102||Iyya Quranic studies2||02||University requirement||AR101||+|
|9||EPSY202||The foundations of the curriculum||02||General||EPSY101||+|
|2||EPSY301||Methods of scientific research||02||General||+|
|3||SE205||Learning disabilities for people with special needs||02||Compulsory||EPSY201 SE200||+|
|4||SE206||Behavioral disorders||02||Compulsory||EPSY200 SE203||+|
|5||SE207||Communication skills for people with special needs||04||Compulsory||SE110 SE204||+|
|6||SE208||Sign language and communication||02||Compulsory||SE110 SE204||+|
|7||SE209||Management of social institutions||02||Compulsory||SE110||+|
|8||SE210||Special physical education||02||Compulsory||SE109||+|
|1||SE304||Tests and standards in special education||02||Compulsory||SE211||+|
|3||SE301||Designing programs for people with special needs||03||Compulsory||SE211||+|
This course aims to provide students with the most important foundations and rules for building and designing educational and therapeutic programs, skills education programs, and early intervention programs for people with special needs. It also aims to train students to prepare and analyze program design models, so that the student can write plans and goals and choose the contents of the program to suit each of the special categories.
|6||SE300||Laws and legislation for people with special needs||02||Compulsory||EPSY200||+|
|2||SE307||Special teaching methods||02||Compulsory||EPSY201 EPSY303||+|
|3||SE305||Speech and speech disorders||02||Compulsory||SE303||+|
|1||SE400||Early intervention||02||Compulsory||SE207 SE303||+|
|2||SE401||Clinical psychology, hey||02||Compulsory||EPSY401 SE304||+|
|3||SE402||Teaching applications||04||Compulsory||SE301 SE307||+|