Academic Catalog - 2018-2019

College of Education

Department of Teaching and Learning

Interdisciplinary Studies - Early Childhood, Bachelor


Academic Information

This flexible bachelor's degree offers you an opportunity to design a plan of studies, in consultation with an advisor, to meet your individual educational needs. You may choose this degree if you plan to enter an occupation that requires a broad general education, if you are seeking career advancement or personal intellectual enrichment, or if you are considering a preprofessional plan.

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Academic Catalog - 2018-2019

College of Education

Department of Teaching and Learning

Interdisciplinary Studies - Early Childhood, Bachelor


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What Can I Do with a Bachelor in Interdisciplinary Studies - Early Childhood?

Do you want to work with preschool and primary school-aged children? Do you plan to enter an occupation that requires a broad general education? Are you seeking career advancement or personal intellectual enrichment? Are you considering a pre-professional plan? Our degree will enhance your teaching skills and will prepare you to succeed. We have a flexible program that will help you accomplish those goals.

The College of Education is technologically advanced, culturally responsive, and student-focused. Small class sizes guarantee that you will receive lots of individual attention. You'll also do plenty of classroom teaching.

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Academic Catalog - 2018-2019

College of Education

Department of Teaching and Learning

Interdisciplinary Studies - Early Childhood, Bachelor


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Academic Catalog - 2018-2019

College of Education

Department of Teaching and Learning

Interdisciplinary Studies - Early Childhood, Bachelor


Overview

In addition to University Requirements:

Please note that you may be able to use some courses to meet more than one requirement. Contact your advisor for details.

Minimum Units for Completion 120
Major GPA C
Highest Mathematics Required MAT 114
Emphasis, Minor, Certificate Required
Foreign Language Optional
University Honors Program Optional
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Purpose Statement

The Interdisciplinary Studies, Early Childhood Education degree program provides students with a framework for entering an occupation that requires a broad general education, for seeking career advancement or personal intellectual enrichment, or for considering a pre-professional plan. This program’s major requirements include an early childhood specialization, the option of a concentration, minor, or certificate, and interdisciplinary coursework in the areas of communication, language or science, and computer literacy.

This flexible bachelor’s degree offers students the opportunity to design a plan of studies, in consultation with an advisor, to meet individual educational needs, and the purpose of this degree, which does not lead to teacher certification, is to provide a general knowledge of child development, early literacy development, and preschool curriculum and assessment. Students who complete this program will have an early childhood education background that will enrich them both personally and professionally.  This degree does not lead to teacher certification.

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Academic Catalog - 2018-2019

College of Education

Department of Teaching and Learning

Interdisciplinary Studies - Early Childhood, Bachelor


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Liberal Studies Requirement
Major Requirements
Interdisciplinary Studies Requirements
General Electives
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Academic Catalog - 2018-2019

College of Education

Department of Teaching and Learning

Interdisciplinary Studies - Early Childhood, Bachelor


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