Infant - Family Practice, MAS

This self-contained, accelerated program provides high-quality coursework and supervised internship experiences designed to train professionals to work in prevention and intervention programs, serving families with infants, toddlers and preschool-age children.

The program prepares individuals for positions in a variety of professional capacities including:

  • child abuse prevention
  • child welfare
  • early childhood education and child care administration
  • early intervention
  • family support
  • home visiting
  • infant and early childhood mental health

Coursework prepares students for professional endorsement of the Infant-Toddler Mental Health Coalition of Arizona's endorsement for culturally sensitive, relationship-based practice promoting infant mental health.

Degree Offered

Infant - Family Practice, MAS
Liberal Arts & Sciences, College of


Plan of Study

The Plan of Study is the required curriculum to complete the program.

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