Early Childhood Education, Basic Technical Certificate

Program Outcomes:

• Understand developmentally appropriate theories, models and practices for young children and families.

• Apply early childhood concepts and knowledge to planning environments, curriculum, family interactions and program management.

• Demonstrate ability to respond to the holistic needs of diverse children and families in a variety of settings.

• Interact professionally and ethically with diverse children, families and coworkers.

• Utilize professional and community resources to promote developmentally appropriate care and education of children and families.

Major Code: 4680V

**Alternative plans of study available by contacting your advisor

Fall or Spring Semester Freshman Year

EARC 109Foundations of Early Childhood Education

3 Credits

EARC 111Health, Safety and Nutrition

3 Credits

EARC 203Child Development

3 Credits

Total Credit Hours:9

Total Credit Hours: 9