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Online Master of Early Intervention and Child Development Programs

Gain the knowledge and skills to develop young minds with an MEICD online program from Southeastern.

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Why Choose an Online Early Intervention and Child Development Program?

  • 100% online coursework: Study at your own pace, whenever and wherever it works best for you.
  • Accelerated and affordable: Earn an online MEICD in as few as 12 months for only $347 per credit hour.
  • High quality instruction: We strive to keep our online classes small so we can maximize the personal attention each student receives.
  • CAEP accredited: For over 100 years, SE has been a leader in providing educational opportunity and access.

Why Study Early Child Development at SOSU:

  • Affordable and Accelerated: Earn a respected M.S. in Native American Leadership online in as few as 12 months and for only $347 per credit hour.
  • One-of-a-Kind Program: The M.S. NAL program was designed through consultation with tribal leaders to provide you with culturally relevant perspectives to enhance your leadership skills and ability to work with tribal nations.
  • Simple Admission Process: No GRE is required to apply. Plus, SOSU allows a maximum of nine credit hours that can be transferred from another program with approval from the program coordinator.
  • Personalized Attention: We strive to keep our online classes small so we can maximize the personal attention each student receives.
  • High-Quality Instructors: Our faculty is experienced in all facets of education and committed to bringing you the most work-relevant education available.

Which Online Program Is Right for You?

Graduate Degree

Master of Early Intervention and Child Development

Duration As few as 12 months
Credit Hours 30
Total Tuition $10,410*

Develop specific tools to help and better serve children from birth to age 8 in the Master of Early Intervention and Child Development online program. Learn to advocate for children in a broad range of settings—such as healthcare, school counseling, social work and child welfare—while identifying and providing guidance for assistance across multiple developmental areas.

As part of this program, you will expand your knowledge base regarding typical and atypical development and behaviors, and be able to intervene on problems that affect infants, toddlers and young children from various backgrounds. You will work with an advisor to tailor this highly specialized program to your personal and professional goals.

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Graduate Degree

Master of Early Intervention and Child Development – Administration

Duration As few as 12 months
Credit Hours 30
Total Tuition $10,410*

Prepare for leadership roles in organizations serving the developmental needs of children from birth to age 8 in the Master of Early Intervention and Child Development with an emphasis in Administration online program. Gain a valuable background in the regulation, governance, and case laws for children with disabilities—at all levels of government—which is essential to guide and work with policymakers and practitioners for the betterment of the children who need your help.

As part of this program, you will expand your knowledge base regarding typical and atypical development and behaviors, and be able to intervene on problems that affect infants, toddlers and young children from various backgrounds. You will also acquire expertise in special education law.

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Graduate Degree

Master of Early Intervention and Child Development – Native Populations

Duration As few as 12 months
Credit Hours 30
Total Tuition $10,410*

The Master of Early Intervention and Child Development with an emphasis in Native Populations online program helps you become an advocate for children ages 8 and under in populations who are frequently underserved when it comes to educational, medical, behavioral, and developmental oversight and aid. Explore diversity, culture and the history of Native populations and how that impacts economics, education, tribal governance, employment, health and more.

Plus, take a deeper look into protection acts, services, and laws pertaining to Native cultures and populations. As part of this program, you will expand your knowledge base regarding typical and atypical development and behaviors, and be able to intervene on problems that affect infants, toddlers and young children from various backgrounds.

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* University reserves the right to change tuition and fees at any time.

The Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP) accredits the School of Education and Behavioral Sciences at Southeastern Oklahoma State University. CAEP promotes excellence in educator preparation through quality assurance and continuous improvement.

Master of Early Intervention and Child Development – Administration

Duration: 12 months Credit Hours: 30 Tuition: $347 {tuition_specification_type_per_course}*

Apply by: 8/5/24 Start class: 8/19/24

Prepare for leadership roles in organizations serving the developmental needs of children from birth to age 8 in the Master of Early Intervention and Child Development with an emphasis in Administration online program. Gain a valuable background in the regulation, governance, and case laws for children with disabilities—at all levels of government—which is essential to guide and work with policymakers and practitioners for the betterment of the children who need your help.

As part of this program, you will expand your knowledge base regarding typical and atypical development and behaviors, and be able to intervene on problems that affect infants, toddlers and young children from various backgrounds. You will also acquire expertise in special education law.

Master of Early Intervention and Child Development

Duration: 12 months Credit Hours: 30 Tuition: $347 {tuition_specification_type_per_course}*

Apply by: 8/5/24 Start class: 8/19/24

Develop specific tools to help and better serve children from birth to age 8 in the Master of Early Intervention and Child Development online program. Learn to advocate for children in a broad range of settings—such as healthcare, school counseling, social work and child welfare—while identifying and providing guidance for assistance across multiple developmental areas.

As part of this program, you will expand your knowledge base regarding typical and atypical development and behaviors, and be able to intervene on problems that affect infants, toddlers and young children from various backgrounds. You will work with an advisor to tailor this highly specialized program to your personal and professional goals.

Master of Early Intervention and Child Development – Native Populations

Duration: 12 months Credit Hours: 30 Tuition: $347 {tuition_specification_type_per_course}*

Apply by: 8/5/24 Start class: 8/19/24

The Master of Early Intervention and Child Development with an emphasis in Native Populations online program helps you become an advocate for children ages 8 and under in populations who are frequently underserved when it comes to educational, medical, behavioral, and developmental oversight and aid. Explore diversity, culture and the history of Native populations and how that impacts economics, education, tribal governance, employment, health and more.

Plus, take a deeper look into protection acts, services, and laws pertaining to Native cultures and populations. As part of this program, you will expand your knowledge base regarding typical and atypical development and behaviors, and be able to intervene on problems that affect infants, toddlers and young children from various backgrounds.

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