Children’s Early Supports and Services Minor

Program Description
The children’s early supports and services minor prepares students to work with young children, their families, and community partners in a variety of child and family-based services roles. Special attention is given to children with autism spectrum disorder or other conditions that benefit from early services. Students will learn about early development, family processes, and skills appropriate to working with families and professionals. Internship experiences in Applied Behavior Analysis or Early Intervention are strongly encouraged as a part of this minor.

Required Courses

Recommended: Either CHI 285 Internship or CHI 485 Internship in either Early Intervention or Applied Behavior Analysis

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