Erikson Institute: Majors & Ratings

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Students to
Faculty Ratio
8 : 1
Low
Erikson Institute offers 4 majors and allows you to earn your postbaccalaureate certificate or master's degree.

Below we list majors offered at Erikson Institute as well as diplomas and certificates available for each major.

Education Majors

Early Childhood Education and Teaching
· master's degree
Multicultural Education
· postbaccalaureate certificate
Best-Education-Schools.com rating: Education Program Rating - Excellent
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Social Work Majors

Social Work
· master's degree
Social-Work-Colleges.com rating: Social Work Program Rating - Very Good
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Work and Family Studies Majors

Child Development
· postbaccalaureate certificate
· master's degree - Popular
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