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Pre-Professional Early Childhood A degree in early childhood education trains professionals for work with children below the typical school age, usually children between three and five. The curriculum in this educational track includes child psychology, parenting, and early learning strategies. Most professionals in this field work in elementary or pre-schools. It is important that you contact the college or university to which you anticipate articulating credits to assure that core courses will articulate appropriately into your major. The objective of this program is to prepare you to transfer to another institution to obtain a Baccalaureate degree. Arts & Sciences _R_E_Q_U__IR_E__D_ _C_O_R__E_ C__O_U_R__S_E_S_ _(O__N_L_I_N_E_ _O_N_L_Y_)________________ Course # Title Credits ECE103-E Introduction to Early Childhood Education 3 ECE295-E Supervision of Childcare Services 5 ECE243-E Early Childhood Guidance 3 ECE245-E Guidance and Intervention 3 _P_E_H_2_0_5_-_A______C__h_ild_h_o_o_d_ _H_e_a_l_th_,_ S_a_f_e_ty_,_ a_n_d_ _N_u_t_ri_tio_n_________3_ NOTE: Required to take a minimum of 45 general education credits as listed on page 47 and SDV108-A The College Experience unless exemptions apply. Pre-Professional Education If you enjoy learning, possess good communication skills, and are good at interacting with people, education could be the right field for you. There is currently a great demand for qualified teachers in Iowa and across the nation. There are also requirements set by the Iowa Board of Education Examiners for Teacher Licensure. • You must graduate with a cumulative GPA of 2.50 or higher in the courses required in your major and/or minor. • You must take two science courses; one of which must be in the life sciences. The following curriculum profile focuses upon the completion of appropriate general education requirements in each of the respective disciplines. It is important that you contact the college or university to which you anticipate articulating credits to assure that core courses will articulate appropriately into your major. The objective of this program is to prepare you to transfer to another institution to obtain a Baccalaureate degree. _R_E_Q_U__IR_E__D_ _C_O_R__E_ C__O_U_R__S_E_S_ _(F_A__C_E_ _T_O_ _F_A_C_E_ _&_ _O_N_L_I_N_E_)______ Course # Title Credits EDU210-A Foundations of Education 3 EDU220-A Human Relations for the Classroom Teacher 3 EDU240-A Educational Psychology 3 EDU255-A Technology in the Classroom 3 CSC110-A Introduction to Computers 3 PEH115-A Wellness Education 3 or _A_R_T_1_0_1_-_A______A_r_t_ A_p_p_r_e_c_ia_t_io_n___________________________3_ NOTE: Required to take a minimum of 45 general education credits as listed on page 47 and SDV108-A The College Experience unless exemptions apply. 49


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