Info sessions on new Educational Therapy Certificate Program to be held on April 24 and May 7

  • April 19, 2013 5:15am

Cal State East Bay Continuing Education will host two information sessions on the new Educational Therapy Certificate program in the upcoming weeks. Info sessions with be held from 7 to 8 p.m. on April 24 and May 7 in the Concord Campus library, room 233. The Concord Campus is located at 4700 Ygnacio Valley Rd. in Concord.

CSUEB’s certificate in Educational Therapy is designed to provide a unique post-master’s opportunity for professionals in the field of education. Graduates of the two-year program will be able to administer and interpret formal and informal assessments, deliver individualized instruction, and advocate for students with learning disabilities or significant learning issues.

To RSVP for an upcoming information meeting, visit here. For more information, e-mail Kathy Futterman at kathy.futterman@csueastbay.edu or contact Continuing Education at (510) 885-3605.

To learn more about CSUEB’s Educational Therapy Certificate, visit the program Web page here.


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