Early Intervention, Minor
The interdisciplinary concentration in early Iintervention (EI) is designed for students who enjoy working with very young children and their families. Through course work and practicum experiences, students are prepared to work with infants and toddlers with known disabilities, or those who are at risk for developmental delay, and their families.
This course work can be integrated into the psychology undergraduate degree program, the program in human services, or the physical therapy DNP program, usually taken in the senior year. Students in other programs may petition to include this minor in their course of study.
Complete all courses listed below unless otherwise indicated. Also complete any corequisite labs, recitations, clinicals, or tools courses where specified.
|CAEP 5150||Early Intervention: Family Systems||3|
|CAEP 5151||Early Intervention: Infant and Toddler Development, Risk, and Disability||3|
|CAEP 5152||Early Intervention: Planning and Evaluating Services||3|
|CAEP 8425||Early Intervention Practicum 1||2|
|CAEP 8426||Early Intervention Practicum 2||2|
|SLPA 6335||Early Intervention: Assessment and Intervention||3|
2.000 GPA required in the minor