The Department of Psychological Sciences is now offering a Master’s Degree in Developmental Psychology with an Early Intervention Specialization!
WHY CHOOSE CWRU?
Our program is situated in an urban environment surrounded by major hospitals, clinics, and schools. Students will receive interdisciplinary training working with children with developmental differences in a variety of setting, as well as their families.
Throughout the duration of this program, our students enjoy:
- One-on-one faculty mentorship in evidence-based research and practice.
- Hands on training experiences with diverse community partners in hospitals, clinics, and schools.
- Numerous opportunities for educational and clinical observations involving children presenting with differing abilities and developmental status.
- State-of-the-art interprofessional collaborative training with other university pre-professionals (i.e., medicine, dental medicine, communication sciences, nursing, social work, etc.).
Related services professionals are in high demand in the field of early childhood education. Early Intervention specialists may find employment through the county board, public and private schools, hospitals, and government settings.
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Our faculty are passionate about student mentorship. Additionally, our community partners in hospitals, clinics and schools provide clinical observation, mentorship, and training to our students. This places our students in a strong position as they graduate from our program with practical training for working with very young children. Additionally, our students will develop important inter-professional training in problem-solving, critical thinking, and leadership skills.
Related services professionals are in high demand in the field of early childhood education. Early Intervention specialists may find employment through the county board, and also in schools, hospitals, and government settings.
- Methods of Assessment
- Infant and Toddler Development
- Applied Behavior Analysis
- Early Intervention
- Medical Aspects of Disabilities
- Child Language Development
- Inter-Professional Practicum
HOW TO APPLY
The deadline to apply is January 15. Click here to learn more about how to apply to our program.
If you have questions about the program or the application please contact Dr. Elizabeth J. Short: email@example.com