Bachelor's Degree in Child Study Classes
In addition to major core requirements, all students enrolled in bachelor's degree programs must complete a minimum of 46 credits in general education (40 credits in the general education college core and 6 credits in programmatic general education courses).
General Education Core Requirements - 40 credits
|ENG 101||English Composition||3|
|ENG 1XX||Writing Competency (WR)||3|
|ENG 3XX||Advanced Writing Competency (AW)||3|
|COM 1XX||Communications Competency (COM)||3|
|CAP 1XX||Computer Literacy Competency (CL)||3|
|MATH 1XX||Math Competency (MATH)||3|
|Science Competency (SCI)||4|
|PSY 112||Introduction to Psychology||3|
|Social Science Competency (SS)||3|
|Global Studies Competency (G/US)||3|
|Global Studies Competency (G/W)||3|
|Cultural Competency (CU)||3|
|Ethics/Philosophy Competency (E/P)||3|
Programmatic General Education Requirements - 3 credits
|IDA 120||Intellectual Discovery Strategies OR General Education Elective||3|
Child Study Major Core Requirements - 60 credits
|ECE 101||Introduction to Early Childhood Education||3|
|ECE 102||Health, Safety, and Nutrition for Early Childhood Programs||3|
|ECE 110||Creativity and the Young Child||3|
|ECE 120||Math and Science for Young Children||3|
|PSY 115||Child Development||3|
|ECE 201||The Exceptional Child and Learner||3|
|ECE 210||Observation and Assessment in the Early Childhood Classroom||3|
|ECE 231||Early Language and Literacy Development||3|
|ECE 251||Student Teaching I||3|
|ECE 252||Student Teaching II||3|
|ECE 220||Multicultural Aspects of Early Childhood||3|
|ECE 221||Social and Emotional Development in Young Children||3|
|ECE 315 / SOC 315||Family-School-Community Partnerships||3|
|ECE 340 / PSY 340||Psychology of the Exceptional Child||3|
|PSY 365||Advanced Child Development||3|
|ECE 320||Technology and Education||3|
|ECE 410||Education Research||3|
|ECE 411||Action Research Project||3|
|ECE 450||Capstone: Internship Experience OR|
|ECE 451||Capstone: Student Teaching||6|
Electives - 18 Credits
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Course sections noted with an 'H' are delivered in a hybrid format (a combination of on-campus and online learning).
Course sections noted with an 'O' are delivered in an online format.
Start classes September 10.
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