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EDSE 5363

Ethical, Legal and Professional Issues

Three semester Hours.

This course is designed to be an introduction to the basic ethical and legal issues involved in the delivery of behavioral interventions with human populations. This course focuses on federal and state legislation, litigation, policies and guidelines of ethical practice of professionals. The format involves reading articles and chapters and chapters in a variety of topic areas including the BACB Guidelines for Responsible Conduct and answering study questions specific to the content of the readings. Also included are “application” questions regarding ethical considerations in those areas where the ethical situations are very, very clear. Prerequisites: EDSE 5325, EDSE 5360, EDSE 5361 and EDSE 5362.

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