一道本不卡免费高清Master of Science in Child Development
In addition to a modified version of the core child development master’s curriculum, you will take seven concentration courses and complete an internship in a setting that serves infants and toddlers who are new language learners and their families.
See sample course schedules for master’s students in the Infancy and New Language Learners concentration:
T408 3 credit hours
In this course, you will explore the historical, political, and legal foundations of early childhood and early elementary public education in U.S. schools, including the foundations of bilingual, English as a Second Language (ESL), and special education programs.
You may be eligible to receive scholarship support for the M.S. in Child Development with Infancy and New Language Learners concentration through a special grant funded by the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP). The OSEP scholarship will cover up to 21 credits of tuition expense for the program — this translates to roughly $21,630 in scholarship support.
In exchange for the scholarship funding, you will commit to working in early intervention for two years for each year of funding received. For example, if you receive the OSEP scholarship for two years, your service requirement will be to work in early intervention for four years. For more information about the OSEP scholarship and to discuss your eligibility for funding, please contact Dr. Pam Epley at [email protected].
Our flagship degree offers the preparation for professional and leadership roles in a wide range of practice areas that serve children or families. Choose from one of these concentrations to tailor your program to your professional goals: