Child Development and Early Intervention Certificate - 60040

60040 - 36 Credits

Students may enhance their career success by first attaining a Certificate in Child Development Early Intervention by completing 36 credits from the Major Field Required and Major Field Electives section of the Early Childhood Education degree. Attaining the A.S. Degree is then simply a matter of completing the General Education required courses and the remaining 12 credits of major field and elective courses.

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Degree Requirements

Major Field Electives - Select 36 credits

CHD 1220Introduction to Child Development

3 credits

CHD 1332Creative Experiences for Children

3 credits

CHD 2334Early Childhood Language Arts and Reading

3 credits

CHD 2800Administering a Child Care Center

3 credits

EDF 1021Social Elements in Early Childhood Education

3 credits

EEC 1202Principles of Early Childhood Curriculum

3 credits

EEC 1601Observing and Recording Behavior

3 credits

EEC 1946Practicum in CDA Assessment

3 credits

EEX 1013Special Needs in Early Childhood Education

3 credits

EEC 1730Basic Childhood Nutrition

3 credits

CGS 1060College Computing

3 credits

EEC 1520Early Childhood Organizational Leadership and Mgmt.

3 credits

EEC 1947Practicum in Teaching Strategies

3 credits

EEC 2948Practicum in Early Childhood Curriculum

3 credits

EEC 2949Practicum Child Care Center Management

3 credits

ENC 1102English Composition II

3 credits

MGF 2106Survey in Mathematics

3 credits

PPE 2001Person and Personality Development

3 credits

HUS 1540Family Relations

3 credits