Prepare to serve young children and families in your practice.
An infant or young child’s mental health includes the capacity to form secure relationships with adults and peers, and the 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 all integral components of the infant and early childhood mental health curriculum.
This is a unique opportunity for you to work with and learn from an internationally recognized faculty with extensive experience and mental health training.
INFANT & EARLY CHILDHOOD MENTAL HEALTH CONCENTRATION HIGHLIGHTS
This 60-credit hour program can be personalized to your focus on infant mental health.
Sharpen your competitive edge in the marketplace.
Choose what works best for your life and schedule.
Learn from our nationally recognized faculty and build a network of colleagues.
Field placements serve children pre-birth to age 5, focused on working with families.
Depending on your goals, choose from a 2 or 3 year program.
If you have a BSW, you’ll waive up to 25 credit hours and save on tuition, putting your learning into practice even sooner.
See all infant and early childhood mental health MSW courses
FINANCIAL SUPPORT & SCHOLARSHIP OPTIONS
With dozens of scholarships and financial aid opportunities, our team is here to help you make your graduate education more affordable.
Based on your unique professional goals, we can help you understand tuition and expenses, and identify possible financial support opportunities.
Financial Aid Options Tuition and Fees