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Master of Early Intervention and Child Development

The Master of Early Intervention and Child Development is a multidisciplinary online program that prepares students to serve young children in a variety of settings.

Program Outcomes

Graduates will develop the professional knowledge and skills to provide effective interventions and care to infants, toddlers, and young children. Graduates will be trained to draw upon scientifically-based research and experience to successfully serve young children.

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Early Intervention & Child Development

Degree: Master of EICD (M.EICD.)
Dept: Behavioral Sciences
School: Education and Behavioral Sciences
Major Code: 116

CORE COURSES (21 Semester Hours)

EICD 5283 Typical and Atypical Development in Childhood and Adolescence
EICD 5353 Assessment and Intervention for Infants and Children
EICD 5863 Research in EICD
COUN 5123 School Counseling Orientation and Ethical Practice
SPED 5073 Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports
SPED 5093 Applied Behavioral Analysis for Teachers
SPED 5063 Consulting, Collaboration, and Co-Teaching

EMPHASIS COURSES (choose one emphasis) (9 Semester Hours)

Emphasis 1: Administrative

EDUC 5373 Innovative Leadership for Digital Age Environments
SPED 5233 Special Education Law
ENG 5983 Grant Writing

Emphasis 2: General Emphasis

SPED 5083 Teaching Students with Autism
COUN 5613 Counseling Children and Adolescents
COUN 5503 Crisis and Disaster Counseling

Emphasis 3: Native Populations

NAL 5213 Native American Education Policy
NAL 5013 Current Topics in Indian Country
NAL 5123 Managing Diversity

Or substituted courses approved by program coordinator.

GC: 05-17-18; AC: 07-11-18   2019-21 Catalog

Why Early Childhood Intervention

Graduate Tuition and Fees

The graduate tuition (per credit hour) for a Masters in Early Intervention Child Development is: Online $337.00
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