If you are passionate about infants, toddlers, and their families, there has never been a better time to pursue infant studies.
Prepare for the complex role of an infant/family specialist who is skilled in working with children and families in the context of their culture and community. You will choose a concentration in one of two practice areas: Early Learning & Family Support or Prevention/Early Intervention, and complete a two-semester internship in your area of focus.
成年男人午夜片_亚洲AV有码中文字幕在线观看This certificate, with either practice area, prepares you to seek the Illinois Gateways to Opportunity Infant Toddler Credential, Level 5, through the Entitled Route. To earn the credential, you will need to complete the appropriate Gateways application and provide documentation of your academic and professional experiences. Requirements, timing and related costs may vary.
Session start dates can vary based on availability and cohort status. We offer a limited number of Infant Studies Scholarships. Please inquire with the Admission office about availability, deadlines and the scholarship.