Bachelor's Degree in Child Study Program

Child Study program outcomes

Upon successful completion of the bachelor's degree in Child Study program, graduates will be able to:

  1. Create developmentally-appropriate learning environments and instruction that are based on knowledge of each child's strengths, interests, and needs and that enable each child to advance his or her learning.
  2. Create respectful, reciprocal relationships that acknowledge the complex characteristics of children's families and communities and support families' active and authentic engagement in their children's development and learning.
  3. Reflect on and analyze their practice to improve outcomes for all children.
  4. Design, implement, and evaluate developmentally-meaningful and challenging curriculum for all children based on early learning standards and high-quality resources.
  5. Apply the NAEYC Code of Ethical Conduct to their work with children, families, and other early childhood professionals.
  6. Locate and use appropriate professional resources and engage with professional organizations to inform and improve their practice.
  7. Advocate for children, families, and the early childhood profession.
  8. Communicate effectively and professionally orally and through writing.