We offer a range of evidence-based child development programs designed to fit your professional needs. Our online Early Start Denver Model introductory course is required for admission to the advanced course. Students receive an overview of specific intervention strategies for children with autism who are ages 0-2.

The Napa Infant-Parent Mental Health Fellowship is a competitive, highly intensive interdisciplinary program intended for professionals already working with children 0-5. Admission takes place each January for the program, which begins in September.

Our Master of Advanced Study in Maternal and Child Nutrition is a part-time, two-year program providing nutrition training for graduate students seeking a career in the health sciences. Enrollment takes place between February and April, with courses beginning in the fall. This program is designed to provide work-life balance for students working full-time.

We also offer an introductory course on evidence-based therapies for working with children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder. This online course is offered in partnership with Coursera, and students can enroll at begin at any time.