Administration Certificate

C55220C2
Day/Evening/Online/Full-Time


Fall Semester 1

Course Class Hours Lab Hours Clinical Hours Credits
EDU 119 - Introduction to Early ChildhoodEducation 4.00 4.00
EDU 261 - Early Childhood Administration I 3.00 3.00
Total: 7

*Choose one BUS or EDU option from the list below.

Spring Semester 1

Course Class Hours Lab Hours Clinical Hours Credits
EDU 146 - Child Guidance 3.00 3.00
EDU 262 - Early Childhood Administration II 3.00 3.00
Total: 6

*Choose one BUS or EDU option from the list below.

Take 6 credits:
BUS-137 Principles of Management (3)
BUS-260 Business Communication (3)
EDU-131 Child, Family, & Community ()3
EDU-144 Child Development I (3)
EDU-145 Child Development II (3)
EDU-146 Child Guidance (3)
EDU-151 Creative Activities (3)
EDU-153 Health, Safety & Nutrition (3)
EDU-157 Active Play (2)
EDU-162 Observ & Assess in ECE (3)
EDU-221 Children With Exceptional (3)
EDU-234 Infants, Toddlers, & Twos (3)
EDU-251 Exploration Activities (3)
EDU-271 Educational Technology (3)
EDU-280 Language & Literacy Exp (3)

Upon completion of the EDU-119 course within the certificate shown above, students are eligible to apply for the North Carolina Early Childhood Credential (NCECC) through the North Carolina Division of Child Development and Early Education. Studentsmust earn a C or better in EDU 119 in order to be eligible. Applications are available through the NC Division of Child Development and Early Education. See your advisor for
more details.

Upon completion of EDU 261 and EDU 262 and 7 semester hours of additional EDU coursework (and portfolio assignments if applicable) within the certificate shown above, students are eligible to apply for the North Carolina Administration Credential available through the NC Division of Child Development. Applications are available through the NC Division of Child Development. See your advisor for more details.