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Summer Courses


The summer program is broken up into two separate, 3 credit courses: Special Education 100 and Art 105.

Special Education 100: Remediating Specific Language Handicaps in Reading and Spelling

The Special Education 100 course consists of 3 sub-courses: College Reading, Written Expression, and Foundations for Success, each equally weighted in the final course grade. Although the Special Education 100 course does not count towards the 120 credits necessary for graduation, students will learn valuable skills to prepare for college level reading and writing, as well as gaining familiarity with the unique transition issues that individuals with language based learning disabilities face upon entering post-secondary education.

Art 105: Understanding the Arts

Providing students with an educational opportunity to increase their understanding and appreciation of the visual arts. This 3 credit course counts towards graduation credits and meets a humanities general education requirement.