Education with an Emphasis in Trauma and Resilience in Educational Settings (MA)
More than 25 percent of American youth experience a serious traumatic event by age 16 and many suffer multiple and repeated traumas - and these experiences affect learning. This program is designed to help educators develop a trauma-informed care approach and, in turn, help students to overcome barriers to learning by developing responses to trauma and resiliency skills necessary to thrive in the classroom and in life. This program does not lead to licensure.
|EDU 505||Trauma and its Impact on Child Development *||3|
|EDU 506||Trauma-Informed Practices and Resilience *||3|
|EDU 507||Trauma-Informed Classroom Teachers *||3|
|EDU 508||Creating a Trauma-Informed School *||3|
|EDU 509||Trauma-Informed Intervention for the Education Professional *||3|
|CI 525||Innovation in Learning and Teaching||3|
|CI 585||Educational Assessment||3|
|ED 521||Educational Research and Applications||3|
|ED 512||Ethical Issues for Professional Educators||3|
|ED 590||Conducting Research and Completing the Capstone||3|
Courses that will be required for a student who wants to complete a Certificate in Trauma and Resilience at 15 credits. The Certificate is not Title IV eligible.