Early Childhood Education (CDC)

Courses

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CDC-110. Early Childhood Development. 3 Credits.

LECT 3 hrs
This course studies the growth and development of the child from birth through age ten. It will cover a variety of factors that influence child development such as diversity, culture, health, economic and family environment. Also it provides an overview of the major theorists in the field of human development. There will be discussion regarding these theorists' contributions to understanding how children grow and learn. Students will have the opportunity to observe and report on a variety of teaching and learning venues.

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CDC-228. Cooperative Work Experience- Child Care. 3 Credits.

COOP 3 hrs
This course provides selected students in the Early Childhood programs with job-oriented training and practical experience in a work environment. Students desiring to participate in this experience should make this intention known to the Faculty Special Projects person at the beginning of their third semester.
Prerequisites: ENG-111, ENG-118, MUS-129, PSY-113, PSY-213, PSY-217, SOC-120, SOC-209, CDC-110, ART-101
Corequisites: CDC-229.

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CDC-229. Cooperative Work Experience-Child Care - Related Class. 1 Credit.

LECT 1 hr
A supplement to the cooperative work experience program, this course provides a variety of experiences to further enhance students' career development and occupational development. It also develops positive points of view toward human relationships and the responsibilities of both the employee and the employer.
Prerequisites: ENG-111, ENG-118, MUS-129, PSY-113, PSY-213, PSY-217, SOC-120, SOC-209, CDC-110, ART-101
Corequisites: CDC-228.