This program is designed to train students to work in a variety of early childhood settings. The two-year program primarily serves students desiring an early childhood background, supervised student teaching experience and fulfillment of academic requirements for a Child Development Teacher Permit.
To Achieve the Associate in Science
Upon completion of the following courses with at least a ‘C’ grade in each course, the student will be awarded a Child Development and
Family Relations Associate in Science degree.
To Transfer Coursework
A minimum of 24 semester units in the major with a grade of ‘C’ or better while maintaining a minimum grade point average of at least 2.0 in all California State University transferable coursework.
(Should be taken in order listed)
|Course Number||Course Title||Units|
|CHDV B20||Principles and Practices||3.0|
|CHDV B36||Developmentally Appropriate Curriculum||3.0|
|CHEV B42||Child, Family and Community||3.0|
|CHDV B49||Child Health, Safety and Nutrition||3.0|
|CHDV B21||Child Growth and Development: Birth Through Adolescence||3.0|
|CHDV B22||Observation & Assessment: Birth Through Adolescence||3.0|
|CHDV 32||Teaching in a Diverse Society||3.0|
|CHDV B41||Supervised Field Experience in Early Childhood Education||3.0|
The associate degree requires completion of the general associate degree requirements - nutrition, children’s literature, and recommended: physical education/dance, and music. General education requirements with a 2.0 or better GPA for a total of 60 semester units minimum.
Students interested in transferring to a four-year university must follow the CSU-GE or IGETC transfer pattern. Contact a counselor for more information on which classes meet transfer requirements.
**The courses and unit values on this page are representative of the typical values and courses required by this program. They are taken from the most current catalog, and therefore may not be accurate for the degree or certificate requirements for some students, depending on your year of catalog rights. Please refer to your appropriate catalog or see a counselor for accurate degree requirements.
Upon successful completion, the student will: