Gain the fundamental concepts and skills to work with children. This associate degree program, offered on campus, will prepare you to critically analyze and evaluate theoretical and practical issues in the field so that you can apply them to diverse communities or progress into a bachelor’s degree program.
You can transfer up to 54 semester units or 81 quarter units into this program.
See the admission requirements.
- 69 total units
- General Education Courses (28 units)
- Child Development Courses (41 units)
Electives (19 units)
Choose the courses that interest you from our general education program, lower-division (100 or 200 level) associate degree courses, or these child development courses: