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St. Philip's College Schedule/Catalog 2016-2017
St. Philip's College
   
 
  Oct 16, 2017
 
 
    
St. Philip’s College Schedule/Catalog 2016-2017 [Archived Catalog]

Early Childhood and Family Studies, A.A.S. with Specialization in Language and Literacy in Preschool


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This program is designed to prepare students for a specialized career in the field of early care and education.  Careers that focous on family literacy when working with young children and their families.  The AAS degree may transfer credits to other BAAS, BA or BS degrees.  Students will be required to complete and clear a background check and drug screening for practicum experiences.  Students enrolled in practicum experiences must complete no less than 20 hours per week at an early childhood/community setting (paid or volunteer) approved by the program.

Total Program Credit Hours: 60


Year 1


Year 2


Notes:


* TECA courses require 16 hours of field experience

  • Student can do concurrent enrollment in developmental course prerequisites along with early childhood courses (CDEC/TECA).
  • Student must complete internship experience.
  • Student may contact the advisor or Program Director about Work Experience/Prior Learning Credit.

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