Bay Path University: Graduate Certificate Program in Early Intervention
Contact: Kathryn Roman MA CCC-SLP, CEIS
(413) 530-1914
kroman@baypath.edu

Lesley University: Bachelor's degree programs in Child and Family Studies or Early Childhood Education with an EI Concentration
Contact: Johnna Huling
jhuling@lesley.edu

Northeastern University: Offering an Interdisciplinary Early Intervention Certificate Program, graduate degree programs in Speech Language Pathology, Counseling Psychology, School Psychology or Physical Therapy with an EI Concentration; Bachelor's degree programs in Communication Disorders and Psychology, both with an EI Concentration.
Contact: Lorraine Book
Associate Director, Interdisciplinary Certificate Program in Early Intervention
l.book@northeastern.edu

MGH Institute of Health Professions: Graduate degree program in Speech Language Pathology with an EI Concentration
Contact: Jennifer E. Mackey, MA, CCC-SLP
Assistant Professor, Coordinator EI concentration
jmackey@mghihp.edu
(617) 726-8014

UMASS Boston: Bachelor's degree program in Early Education and Care in Inclusive Settings
Contact: Serra Acar
serra.acar@umb.edu

Please Note: The Department of Public Health will no longer be accepting applicants from Higher Education Institutes interested in becoming a DPH approved Higher Education EI program beginning on December 13th 2019. Applications submitted before this time will be reviewed and if approved will be approved for five years. This change is to support the upcoming changes to our comprehensive system of personnel development around the certification for Early Intervention Specialists.