The Early Childhood Education (daycare) program prepares individuals to teach, administrate or establish a child care center. The program prepares teachers to be facilitators and interactors to extend children’s learning and to promote high level thinking and reasoning. The program prepares individuals to assume responsibilities in various jobs in the service areas. Some of these might include: child care instructor, director, owner, director of a family day home, or manager of a corporate child care facility. Certificates of proficiency are available for those students who desire preparation for more immediate entry into the workforce.
The fourth digit in the course number indicates the number of credit hours.
Requirements - 10 hours
|Child Development Associate Certification||Department|
|ECH||1103||Child Growth and Development||Early Childhood|
|ECH||1113||Foundations of Early Childhood Education||Early Childhood|
|ECH||2203||Exceptional Children||Early Childhood|
|ECH||1301||Practicum I||Early Childhood|