Minor in Early Intervention
The purpose of this Early Intervention Minor is to prepare undergraduate students with the expertise to educate individuals from birth to five years old who have a disability, are at risk of being identified with a disability, or at risk for school failure. In addition the program aims to educate and support the caregivers of these individuals. The 18-credit course minor will augment knowledge for those undergraduates pursuing careers in early childhood and special education, counseling, psychology, social work, and communication sciences and disorders.
|EDA/EGP 331||Early Intervention for Infants and Toddlers with Disabilities 1||6|
|EDA/EGP 332||Family Systems in Early Intervention||3|
|EDA/EGP 333||Teaching Young Children with Disabilities 1||6|
|EDA/EGP 334||Assessment for Early Intervention||3|
|Total Minimum Credits Required||18|
This programs requires two field experience courses EGP/EDA 331 and EGP/EDA 333. Students must show evidence of current clearances in accordance with the Collection of Education and Social Work Clearance Policy.