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*** The following requirements are subject to change without notice. To assure the accuracy of the information on this sheet, you should consult with a child development counselor or review articulation agreements via the internet, for UC’s and CSU’s at http://www.assist.org

Programs in Child Development…are designed to teach about the physical, mental, emotional, and social growth and development, and the care and guidance of children. Many programs intend to provide occupational preparation for jobs in public and private child care centers and preschool settings, or for jobs as para-professionals assistants in schools…In addition to preparing individuals for occupations in child care, youth programs, and preschool education, programs may provide study in behavioral research methods. Child Development also trains for before/after school care for school age children. Child Development is an excellent undergraduate major for elementary teachers and school administrators.

                                                                                                            (www.eureka.org,2006)

California Polytechnic State University, Pomona

NO Child Development Major, ONLY Liberal Studies, **Liberal Studies is approved by the Commission on Teacher Credentialing as a baccalaureate waiver program for entry into a multiple subject credential program

California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obisbo

Child Development, B.S. Degree

Child Development 208 & 106; Biology 123; Psychology 101 or 101H; and Mathematics 130

California State University, Fullerton

Child and Adolescent Development, B.S. Degree

Child Development 106 or Psychology 112; Breadth Electives: Child Development 208 & 226

Child and Adolescent Development, B.S. Degree and Multiple Subject Credential

Child Development Major & Streamlined Teacher Education Program (STEP): Child Development 106 or Psychology 112; Breadth Electives: Child Development  208 & 226; Specific GE (General Education) Courses: English 101; Physical Science 101 &102; Biology 101; One from the following: ART 110; MUSIC 101, 133, or Theater 101; One from the following: LIT 112A, 112B, 144A, 144B, 146A, or 146B; History 101 &143; Political Science 110 or 110H: Geography 102; and Psychology 112 or Child Development 106; Additional Courses: Literature 114 (in lieu of ENLG 341 no upper division credit)

California State University, Los Angeles

Child Development, B.A. Degree

Option I (General Option): Sociology 114; Approved Diversity Courses: Child Development 106, 110, 211, 228; and Psychology 101

Option II (Elementary Subject Matter Teacher Preparation Option): Specific GE courses: Speech 101; English 101, 201; Physical Science 110; Child Development 106; and Physical Education/Theory 196; Recommended: Geography 102 & Anthropology 102; Approved Diversity Courses: Child Development 106, 110, 211, 228; and Psychology 101

Option III (Blended Elementary Subject Matter Teacher Preparation: B.A. Degree & Credential): Same GE Courses as Option II, but requires a 2.75 GPA in the last 90 units for entry into the blended option upon transferring to CSULA  

California State University, Northridge

Child and Adolescent Development, B.A. Degree

Child Development 106; Math 130; and Psychology 101

 

University of La Verne

Child Development, B.S. Degree

Child Development 102, 208, 210, 222, 223, 228; Choose one from the following: Child Development 211 or 213. Child Development 106 MUST be taken within 5 years of the graduation date for University of La Verne (ULV), if not have to take course at ULV.

 

Whittier College

Child Development, B.S. Degree

Child Development 106 and 228; Psychology 210; Child Development depth requirements 128, 226, 110, 208

California State University, Dominguez Hills

Child Development, B.S. Degree

Child Development 106, 211, 110, 111

 

California State University, Long Beach

Child Development and Family Studies Degree

Child Development 106 and 211

 
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