This comprehensive survey course will examine characteristics, current theories, advanced strategies, and teaching methods developed for planning and implementing individualized program interventions for children who exhibit learning and behavior problems. Students will design, implement, evaluate and summarize a single-subject research plan suitable for presentation. Four separate major areas of study will be offered: A. Low Incidence Disorders and Conditions: B. Developmental Delay and Intellectual Disabilities; C. Behavioral and Emotional Disturbance and Mental Illness; and D. Autism Spectrum Disorders, Communication, and Language Disorders. One of four course topics may be taken per semester.