Developmental Psychology and Early Intervention Master’s Program (38 Credit Hours)

FIRST YEAR – FALL SEMESTER (10 credits)
One course from each of the following sequences:
1. Psychopathology/Developmental Sequence: PSCL 444: Dev Psychopathology (3) or PSCL 479 Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (3)
2. Learning Sequence: PSCL 404: Learning Theory (3) or 402 Cognitive (3)
PSCL 425: Methods of Assessment I (3)*
PSCL 434: Early intervention and Prevention 1 (3)*
PSCL 432A: EI Practicum: Foundations of Interprofessional Collaboration (1)*
FIRST YEAR — SPRING SEMESTER (10 credits)
PSCL 408: Research Methods II (3)
PSCL 436: Applied Behavior Analysis (3)
PSCL 432B: EI Practicum: School Placement & Foundations of Interprofessional Collaboration (1)*
COSI 456: Language Disorders 1: Birth to Five (3)
FIRST YEAR — SUMMER SEMESTER (8 credits)
COSI 431: Medical Aspects of Developmental Disabilities: Theory & Practice (2)*
PSCL 432C: EI Practicum: Medical Placement (0)
COSI 600: Speakers Series Seminar (2)*
PSCL 433: Child Development Seminar (2)*
PSCL 435: EI: Theories and Practice (2)*
SECOND YEAR — FALL SEMESTER (10 credits)
One course from each of the following sequences:
1. Psychopathology/Developmental Sequence: PSCL 444: Dev Psychopathology (3) or PSCL 479 Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (3)
OR 2. Learning Sequence: PSCL 404: Learning Theory (3) or 402 Cognitive (3)
PSCL 407: Research Methods I (3)
COSI 556: Language Disorders 2: Language & Literacy (3)
PSCL 432D: EI Practicum (1)
PSCL 432D: Culminating experience for Masters students is PSCL 432D
*Courses are required for early intervention services certification through the Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities
Note: 13-14 credits for certificate through the Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities and 16 credits for the CWRU certificate