Doctoral Training Consortia in Early Childhood Intervention for Infants and Young Children with High-Intensity Needs Because of Significant Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDD).

Have you ever thought about getting your PhD in Early Childhood Special Education, Occupatonal Therapy, Social Work or Speech and Language Pathology?

If you have, NOW is the Time to join the Doctoral Training Consortia in Early Childhood Intervention for Infants and Young Children with High-Intensity Needs Because of Significant Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDD).

Each Student who is accepted in the program will enroll in one of the participating Universities and receive their degree from that University.

In addition, value added learning will occur for all students across the Universities: Monthly Webinars, Summer Intensive Seminars, Advanced Training in Research Methodologies and Opportunities in Advocacy, Public Policy and Teaching.

Funding is Available for Full Time Study at the Following Universities:
University of Illinois
University of Cincinnati
University of North Carolina
University of Colorado at Denver
University of Washington
University of Connecticut
Vanderbilt University
University of Georgia
University of Hawaii
University of Kansas (KU)

For further information please contact Michaelene Ostrosky at ostrosky@illinois.edu 

For more information about core requirements of the Ph.D. in Special Education, please see: https://education.illinois.edu/sped/programs-degrees/phd-sped/phd