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Information Session for students interested in the MEd in Early Intervention Program

The University of Pittsburgh's School of Education Early Intervention MEd Program focuses on young children with disabilities (ages birth to five) and their families. As a field, early intervention promotes the following benefits in this population:

  • Minimizes the potential for developmental delay and reduces the impact of disabling conditions
  • Reduces the overall cost of educational services through prevention and attenuation
  • Enhances the capabilities of families to meet the needs of their children
  • Minimizes the likelihood of institutionalization of children with special needs
  • Maximizes the developmental potential of young children to eventually live independently in society

The Early Intervention program has 3 graduate degree options:

  • MEd Early Intervention (37 credits)
  • MEd Early Intervention with Autism Specialization (46 credits)
  • MEd Early Intervention with Infant Mental Health Certificate (46 credits)

We will discuss the different program options as well as answer any questions that you have! These sessions will be held in Wesley W. Posvar Hall on the Fifth Floor in the School of Education Student Engagement Suite on the following dates:

  • Monday, January 13, 2020 from 4:30-5:30pm
  • Thursday, February 20, 2020 from 4:30-5:30pm

Light Refreshments will be served. We will also be providing an Application Fee Waiver Code to all attendees.

If you have any questions about the event or the program, please don't hesitate to contact Admissions and Enrollment Services at 412-648-2230 or soeinfo@pitt.edu.

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