Master’s Degree in Early Childhood Intervention

Specialize in the design of early intervention programs in the educational environment
Master’s Degree in Early Childhood Intervention

Program endorsed by experience training Nebrija University professors for more than 20 years

The increase in premature births and the need to reduce its harmful effects on babies before the age of six constitute factors that reaffirm the need for specific, advanced and professional care that must be mediated by all the quality guarantees offered by official education.

In this context, the Master's Degree in Early Childhood Intervention appears with the aim of offering specialized training that enables students to design and develop Early Intervention programs in the educational context, from a perspective that includes working with the family and the community and coordinated participation in a multidisciplinary Early Intervention team.

The distance learning modality in which this master's degree will be taught is fully adapted to any student profile. The time flexibility and the possibility of studying from anywhere mean that this program can reach more professionals.

Collaborative learning is guaranteed, and the pace of study is personalized. Pedagogical innovation sets us apart and our commitment to inclusive, equitable and quality education promotes new learning opportunities.

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Student profile:Graduado universitario o equivalente (licenciados o diplomados), en Magisterio, Pedagogía, Psicología (con mención o especialidad en educación) o Psicopedagogía. Asimismo, dado el carácter transversal del programa, podrán acceder al Máster aquellos estudiantes que hayan finalizado el Máster en Formación del Profesorado de ESO y Bachillerato, FP y Enseñanza de Idiomas o estén en posesión del Certificado de Aptitud Pedagógica (CAP), así como otros Graduados y Licenciados Universitarios que sean profesionales de la Docencia o ejerzan como Profesores en Instituciones Educativas, Escuelas de Negocios o Universidades (incluido los profesores doctores del sector universitario)University graduate or equivalent (bachelor's or associate's degrees) in Teaching, Pedagogy, Psychology (with a specialization or specialty in education) or Psychopedagogy. Likewise, given the transversal nature of the program, students who have completed the Master's Degree in Teacher Training for Compulsory Secondary Education and Baccalaureate, Vocational Training and Language Teaching, or who have a Teaching Aptitude Certificate (CAP), as well as others, will be able to access this master's degree. University graduates who are teaching professionals or work as Professors in Educational Institutions, Business Schools or Universities (including PhD professors in the university sector).

Graduate profile:The profile of the graduate in this Master's Degree in Early Childhood Intervention is that of a professional specifically trained for early assessment and intervention in the educational context, including the family environment in the work process. They will be professionals with the ability to integrate into an interdisciplinary team for early intervention, and competent in designing and organizing early intervention programs in the educational environment.
The graduate of this Master's Degree in Early Childhood Intervention may also provide the technical assessments that are required by other professionals or institutions in the exercise of their competency.

Official Degree:Master’s Degree in Early Childhood Intervention

Learning Center:School of Language and Education

Branch of knowledge: Languages ​​and Education

Places offered: 300

Total Credits 60 credits.
Minimum 12 ECTS credits and maximum 60 ECTS credits per enrollment and academic year

Academic year it was introduced: 2023/2024

Duration: 1 year.

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The student must take 60 credits

First Semester 30 ECTS

  • From October to January, both included
  • 6 ECTS | Early intervention systems and models
  • 6 ECTS | Early intervention systems and models
  • 6 ECTS | Evaluation and diagnostic tests in early intervention
  • 6 ECTS | Disorders and needs in early intervention
  • 6 ECTS | Methodology and intervention in early childhood

Second Semester 30 ECTS

  • From February to June, both included
  • 6 ECTS | Early intervention and family
  • 6 ECTS | Early childhood intervention in autism spectrum disorders
  • 6 ECTS | Multidisciplinary intervention in early childhood
  • 6 ECTS | Professional internships
  • 6 ECTS | Master's final research project

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