Early Childhood Intervention - Birth to Age 8

MS

  • Develop administrative & interpersonal skills
  • Gain understanding of inclusive programs
  • Work with students facing developmental challenges

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Administration of early childhood centers and issues in early childhood programs, learning theories, and literacy development are several areas covered in this program. The purpose of the program is to provide opportunities for the development of the administrative and interpersonal skills needed by early childhood teachers in inclusive programs. The program is built on the assumption that the public and non-public school environments are unique. For this reason, courses and other learning experiences are deeply grounded in those principles of public and non-public thought and practice. 

This program does not lead to a certification.

More About This Degree

Full Time Faculty - Education Department

Patricia Arter, Ed.D, Chairperson

Tammy Brown, Ph.D.

Kathryn Clauss, IHM, Ph.D.

Christine Fryer, M.S.

Michelle Gonzalez, Ph.D.

Bernice Lukus, M.S.

Joseph Polizzi, Ph.D.

Frances Russell, IHM, Ph.D.

Kathleen Ruthkosky, Ph.D.

Tonya Saddler, Ph.D.

Mary Salvaterra, Ph.D., C.S.J.

Kerri Tobin, Ph.D.

Amy Wincek, M.S.

The McGowan Center for Graduate and Professional Studies includes a broad range of teaching, clinical and research equipment in support of its graduate training mission. The facility includes multimedia classrooms and a curriculum lab with excellent resources for students, including an Ellison machine, a laminator, and computer facilities.

Graduate Admissions Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university
  • “B” average during undergraduate study or demonstrated potential for graduate work
  • Completed application
  • Essay
  • Official, sealed transcripts
  • Two or three letters of recommendation

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