Learn how to effectively contribute to the work of different child protection agencies as they advocate on behalf of child victims and survivors of child abuse. Students gain real-life experience and training in the skills needed to identify child abuse and neglect, report abuse and protect children from further harm.
This certificate should improve the skills and knowledge of students in the areas concerning possible child neglect and abuse and should enhance their ability to obtain employment in careers that involve working with children.
Potential employers include: Education, nursing, criminal justice, pre-medicine, psychology, social work and other social services.
(does not include additional program or course fees, books, or supply costs)
US citizen, &
|Non-WA resident, US citizen
|12 credits (full-time)||$1,359.08||$2,283.78||$3,156.04||$1,510.28|
¹ Includes all International Students, both on campus and overseas online
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