2 years
Jan Aug
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About this course

The Early Care and Education major is designed to train students for specific career and employment goals who are currently employed in the field and wish to enhance their skills, as well as students with no previous experience. The program provides the theory and practical application in the growth and development, learning and behavior of preschool children. Students who matriculate in this program must have a Tuberculin Skin Test, a SLED Clearance and CPR/First Aid Training. Courses in this program are transferable to a number of senior institutions. Graduates of this program may pursue employment opportunities as teacher assistants in public schools, as childcare providers in day care centers and nursery schools, as lead and assistant teachers in Head Start Centers, and as coordinators in other Child Development agencies.