Childhood Education & Instructional Development [Hybrid]

This program is designed to attract students who want to work with children but do not want to pursue teacher certification.  Students successfully completing this degree will not gain teacher licensure from this program.

This degree is for:

  • Students seeking a bachelor’s degree in Childhood Education & Instructional Development (noncertification)
  • Students seeking employment opportunities at a daycare, learning center, outreach program, tutorial program, or staff positions in school settings

Social Studies

Item #
Title
Social Science Elective  +
3
Sub-Total Credits
12

Other

Item #
Title
PSY 232 or Advisor Approved Elective  +
3
Sub-Total Credits
15-21

Professional Courses/Instructional Development Courses

Item #
Title
Sub-Total Credits
12

Block II Instructional Courses (Non-certification Block

Item #
Title
Advisor Approved SPED OR PSY 300 or 400 level course  +
3
Sub-Total Credits
15

Overview

Program

Type

Bachelor of Science