Early Childhood Preschool Certificate
Fall Semester 1
|EDU-119 - Introduction to Early Childhood Education||4|
|EDU-131 - Child, Family, and Community||3|
|EDU-145 - Child Development II||3|
|EDU-146 - Child Guidance||3|
|EDU-153 - Health, Safety and Nutrition||3|
|Total Credit Hours||16|
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. Students must 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 the certificate shown above, students are eligible to apply for
the National Child Development Associate Credential (Preschool CDA credential) provided
through the Council for Professional Recognition in Washington, DC. Students must
earn a C or better in all courses. These courses count for the 120 hours of professional
education requirement. Additional requirements for the CDA must also be met before
applying. See your advisor for more details or go to http://www.cdacouncil.org.