The Minor in Early Childhood Studies offers a broad course of study in early childhood history, theory, child development, teaching, programming, and the importance of high quality early care and education experiences, with a focus on children from infancy to age five. Students can select specific courses based on their area of interest.
Students will complete 18 credits. Nine credits must be upper level [300 or 400] courses.
* 9 credits of minor coursework must be at the upper-division level
|ECHD 101||Introduction to Early Childhood||3|
|PSYC 101||Introductory Psychology||3|
SELECT FOUR COURSES
Student must complete 4 courses from those listed below; 3 courses must be 300 or 400-level courses.
Early Childhood Studies Minor Coordinator