|EDU 108||Early Childhood Development I||3|
|EDU 109||Inclusive Early Childhood Environments I||3|
|EDU 113||Early Childhood Development II||3|
|EDU 114||Inclusive Early Childhood Environments II||3|
|EDU 214||Family and Community Relations||3|
|EDU 215||Guiding Children’s Early Behavior||3|
|EDU 216||Inclusive Early Childhood Curricula||3|
|EDU 217||Ethical and Legal Issues in Early Childhood Education||3|
|EDU 218||Supervised Field Experience||3|
|EDU 219||Promoting Language and Literacy in Early Childhood||3|
|EDU 220||seminar in Supervised Field Experience||3|
To be eligible for graduation students must successfully complete a minimum of 62 credits, including the general education requirements, required courses in the major field, and such additional courses as they may select with the assistance of their faculty advisor to meet the requirements of the major.
Additionally, students must pass the English Proficiency Examination (EPE) and Computer Literacy Examination (CLE).