With the latest research-based practices and your enthusiasm for working with children, you can advance in a rewarding career in a variety of workplaces. Our program will help you gain the knowledge and skills to work with children (birth through age 12) with different developmental, social, and cultural backgrounds. You'll also learn how to collaborate with parents and other professionals to help children thrive in school and at home.
The Bachelor of Arts in Child Development is designed to include the competencies and guidelines established by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC). It is also structured to meet the State of California Child Development Permit Matrix requirements for employment in preschools, child development centers, and after-school sites.
You can take this program on campus, online, or in a hybrid (online/on-campus) format, depending on your concentration.