Minor in Early Intervention

College of Education and Social Work

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.

Required Courses
EDA/EGP 331Early Intervention for Infants and Toddlers with Disabilities 16
EDA/EGP 332Family Systems in Early Intervention3
EDA/EGP 333Teaching Young Children with Disabilities 16
EDA/EGP 334Assessment for Early Intervention3
Total Minimum Credits Required18