Graduate Courses

BEHT 621 Teaching Self-Regulation in Childhood and Adolescence
4 Credits
In this course, students will acquire foundational knowledge in self-regulation, with a focus on the behavioral, cognitive, and emotional domains. Students will also learn how to select and install evidence-based self-regulation strategies, curricula, and programs.

BEHT 622 Trauma-Informed Supports for Children and Adolescents
4 Credits
In this course, students will learn how to recognize and respond to trauma in children and adolescents. Students will develop skills for engaging in critical conversations with children and adolescents, caregivers, and service professionals centered on meeting children and adolescents’ behavioral health needs.

BEHT 623 Developing and Maintaining Healthy Relationships
4 Credits
In this course, students will develop an understanding of the central role that relationships can have on the well-being of self, children, adolescents, and adults. Students will gain self-awareness into their own relationship styles, identify keys for successful relationships, and how to avoid destructive relationships.