Designed to prepare students who are interested in the field of early care and education, or others who are already working in child care, to work effectively with children from birth to age eight. The program will prepare students for positions as teacher assistants or classroom aides in child-care programs, or to work in family day-care homes, or to work as a nanny in a private home.
Program Coordinator: Joyce Voisine
|ECE*101||Introduction to Early Childhood Education (a)||3|
|ECE*103||Creative Experiences/Children (a)||3|
|ECE*176||Health, Safety and Nutrition (a)||3|
|ECE*210||Observation, Participation and Seminar (a)||3|
|ECE*231||Early Language and Literacy Development (a)||3|
|ENG*114||Children’s Literature (a)||3|
|PSY*111||General Psychology I (a)||3|
|PSY*203||Child Development (a)||3|
|Directed ECE Elective (b) (from ECE*106/109/141/241)||3|
(a) Prerequisite and/or co-requisite required.
(b) To be selected in consultation with faculty advisor based on student’s program of study