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Master of Social Work Concentration

What is infant and early childhood mental health?

国产偷拍视频An infant or young child’s mental health includes the capacity to form secure relationships with adults and peers, and his or her ability to experience, manage, and express a full range of emotions. These complex processes take place in the context of the child’s family, community, and culture, which are integral components of the infant and early childhood mental health curriculum.

How the program works

In addition to the core Master of Social Work curriculum, you will take three concentration courses and complete a specialized advanced field placement during the final year of this three-year program. Your concentration year field placement will be in a setting serving the pre-birth to age 5 range, with a strong focus on working with families.

See a sample course schedule for Master of Social Work students with the Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health concentration:

3-YEAR PROGRAM

Concentration Tuition

The tuition rate is $1,090 per credit hour for all programs.

Fall 10 credits $10,900
Spring 9 credits $9,810

+$300 student services fee per semester

Summer 5 credits $5,450
Fall 6 credits $6,540
Spring 9 credits $9,810

+$300 student services fee per semester

Summer 4 credits $4,360
Fall 8.5 credits $9,265
Spring 11.5 credits $12,535

+$300 student services fee per semester

There is a growing awareness of the importance of infant and early childhood mental health, and social workers are well-positioned to lead the effort to support the optimal development of infants, young children, and their families.
Nucha Isarowong, PhD, LCSWAssistant Professor
Concentration courses you will take

K474 2 credit hours

Parent-Child Relationship Assessment In Early Childhood

国产偷拍视频In this course, you will explore social/emotional and relationship screening and assessment. You’ll learn about a range of screening tools and gain hands-on assessment experience with a young child and caregivers.

K475 4 credit hours

Infant/Early Childhood Mental Health Practice: Parent/Child Relationships

In this two-semester course, you will focus on developing relationships with families and how parent/child relationships can support growth and development for young children and their families.

The Erikson curriculum provides a comprehensive, integrated approach to social work education that is informed by a deep understanding of development, cultural, and community contexts.

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