The Early Childhood Education program provides a practical experience for students who wish to work in a professional childcare setting.
For more information about this program and plan of study, please refer to the current catalog.
The two-year Associate of Applied Science degree incorporates both an academic base and practical courses to provide a balanced program to prepare highly qualified childcare workers. Program graduates will have the skills necessary for obtaining employment or advancement in early childhood care and education.
The one-year Certificate of Applied Science provides practical experience for students who wish to work in a professional childcare setting.
|CAPP131||Basic MS Office||3|
|COMX111||Intro to Public Speaking or||3|
|COMX115||Intro to Interpersonal Communications||3|
|EDEC105||Observation and Assessment I||1|
|EDEC108||Intro to Early Childhood Ed||2|
|EDEC130||Health, Safety, and Nutrition in Early Childhood||4|
|EDEC210||Meeting the Needs of Families||3|
|EDEC230||Positive Child Guidance||3|
|EDEC247||Child Adolescent Development||4|
|EDEC265||Leadership and Professionalism in Early Childhood Ed||2|
|EDEC273||Curriculum and Environments I||4|
|EDEC275||Integrated Curriculum/Environments II||4|
|M105||Contemporary Math or higher||3|
|PSYX100||Intro to Psychology or||3|
|SOCI101||Intro to Sociology||3|
|WRIT101||College Writing I||3|
Explore the Dawson Community College catalog for course descriptions.