The Child Welfare Certificate Program from the Florida Atlantic University provides a foundation of knowledge in practice, policy, and programs that impact vulnerable children’s lives.
- Child protective investigator
- Dependency case manager
- Foster care licensing and support
- Child welfare policy analyst
Programme StructureStudents develop practice skills in areas relevant to:
- Assessment skills considering children’s development, including Adverse Childhood Experiences survey
- Trauma-informed Care
- Family violence
- Mental health concerns of child and families
- Involvement with the dependency system
- Specific interviewing techniques for children
- Intervention strategies for children and families
- Child welfare policy
Start dates & application deadlines
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DisciplinesFamily & Consumer Science Special Education Educational Psychology View 130 other Masters in Educational Psychology in United States
- Official Transcripts: must be sent from the Registrar of each college you have attended.
- Test Scores: GRE or GMAT may be required by some programs - check for temporary program waiver. If required, you will self-report scores into the Centralized Application System (CAS), but you will need to request your official scores be sent to FAU directly. The FAU school codes are below.
International12312 USD/fullTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 1026 USD per credit
National12312 USD/fullTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 1026 USD per credit
In-State4452 USD/fullTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 371 USD per credit
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