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The master’s in child life, administration and family collaboration provides advanced education for students who wish to become Certified Child Life Specialists (CCLS) and for those already certified and working in the field.
This program’s broad curriculum engages students through applied research, focuses on family collaboration, and prepares students for management and administrative positions. In addition to in-class learning opportunities, fluency in technology is enhanced through web-based coursework and through research. Field-based projects and internships also complement traditional coursework. View admission and degree requirements in the Graduate Catalog.
Students who complete this program finish with a post-baccalaureate certificate in Family Professional Collaboration and may also earn another certificate in clinician-administrator transition.
Towson’s graduate assistantship program offers a limited number of graduate assistantships each year to qualified students. Students apply for either full-time (20 hours-per-week) or half-time (10 hours-per-week) assistantships. To be considered, a student must submit an assistantship application and a resume.