The EC-SEBRIS certificate program is an interdisciplinary program focusing on professional preparation and skills enhancement of early childhood educators who work with young children who demonstrate socio-emotional and behavioral problems and their parents.
EC-SEBRIS course description: Graduate_Courses
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ECSEBRIS brochure (PDF)
Family Life Education Certificate
The purpose of this certificate program is to prepare students for careers in family life education. The program is designed for individuals working on degrees in child development and health science. It also provides a self-improvement opportunity for people seeking employment, promotion, or upward mobility on the job who are not enrolled in degree programs.
Awarding of the certificate requires completion of an approved pattern of five courses (15 units) with a grade of “C” or better in each of the courses to include Child and Family Development 135, 270+, or 375C and 378C, or 375C and 378D, or Psychology 230+; Biology 307; Psychology 355; and Public Health 353. The course offerings under this program meet the criteria for training and standards of the American Association of Sex Educators and Counselors. Courses in the certificate may not be counted toward the minor. For further information contact the department.
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