About this programOverview and Admissions
The below Early Childhood Intervention Services and Supports curriculum shows the courses required for the program.
|ED-ESP 510||Foundations of Practice||3|
|ED-ESP 511||EI/ECSE Assessment and Evaluation||3|
|ED-ESP 512||Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports in Early Childhood||3|
|ED-ESP 513||Family Systems and Collaboration||3|
|ED-ESP 514||ECSE Methods||3|
|ED-ESP 515||Early Intervention, Birth to Three: ECE/ECSE||3|
|ED-ESP 540||Disability/Special Education and the Law||3|
|ED-ESP 556||Evidence-Based Practices for Students with Support Needs||3|
Tuition and fees
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Due to U.S. Department of Education Regulation, if you are not concurrently enrolled in this certificate and a master’s degree at Boise State, this stand alone certificate program is not eligible for federal financial aid. Students should seek private alternative loans. There are many options to choose from. Interest rates and payback terms are very similar to federal loan programs. Boise State provides some information about private alternative loans.
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