Graduate Certificate in Teaming in Early Childhood

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It is well established that teaming is essential when working with children with special needs; however, many young professionals have to learn teaming skills “on the job”.  This certificate will give new graduates a competitive edge in employment in early childhood settings.

Prepare  to engage in collaborative practice to support young children with special needs and their families.

Earn an eight credit hour certificate for specifically for graduate students in select professional programs, including blended classroom and DL courses and a practicum.

Study with an interprofessional cohort of students.

This certificate is available to students in these graduate programs
  • Early Childhood Education

  • Occupational Therapy

  • Physical Therapy
  • School Psychology

  • Special Education

  • Speech Language Pathology
Affiliated Faculty                                                                       Community Advisory Board
  • Laurie Dinnebeil,  Early Childhood Education
  • Amy Both,  Physical Therapy
  • Wendy Chochrane,  School Psychology
  • Aileen Hunt,  Speech Language Pathology
  • Alexia E. Metz,  Occupational Therapy
  • Heather Sloane,  Social Work

July Esparza and Cindy Zielinski, Children's Options Lucas County Department of Developmental Disabilities

Student Representatives:  Gwen Weber and Briana Klingle

Last Updated: 7/25/17