B.S. in Early Childhood Studies (Non-Licensure)
The Early Childhood Studies Degree prepares students to advocate and effectively respond to the unique learning needs of diverse young children and their families.
Grounded in the principles of educational equity, cultural sensitivity, professionalism, and an intellectually vital learning community, we are committed to facilitating the practitioners who, in turn, can successfully affect the learning and development of young children from birth – age eight in inclusive settings.
|Major Courses (89 – 96 credits)
Humanities / Language Arts: 8 credits
Mathematics: 12 credits
Science: 15 credits
Social Science: 12 credits
Education: 36 – 41 credits
Electives: 6 – 8 credits
|Professional Education Core (33 – 36 credits)
Term I: 12 credits
Term II: 12 credits
Term III: 9 – 12 credits
If you are interested in the Early Childhood Studies Degree, we’d love to talk to you!
Please Contact: Dr.Cindy Ryan, EC Program Coordinator
RWEC, Room 124
firstname.lastname@example.org / (503) 838-8605