Associate Teacher Certificate
The objective of this certificate is to provide students with the knowledge and skills necessary for obtaining entry-level employment in a preschool or child care setting.
Completion of the following 16.00 units qualifies the student for the Associate Teacher Certificate. Note: Students should be advised that certificate requirements differ from the State Child Development Permit Matrix Qualifications. See the Child Development and Education department for State licensing requirements and more information.
|CD 105||Child Growth and Development||
|CD 112||Programs and Practices in Child Development||
|CD 126||Child, Family and Community||
|CD 132||Creative Experiences for Children Across the Curriculum||
|CD 205||Child Growth and Development Laboratory||
Total Credit Hours: 16
A student receiving a degree/certificate in this field will be able to:
- Meet Title 22 Requirements for employment
- Qualify for Title 5 associate teacher level
- Design, implement and evaluate environments that support positive developmental play and learning
- Design, implement and evaluate activities that support positive developmental plan and learning outcomes for young children