Gain the fundamental concepts and skills to work with children. This bachelor's degree program, offered on campus at Cañada College, 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 master's degree program.
Electives (18 units)
In addition to fulfilling the requirements in general education and their major, each student is free to choose courses needed to complete the number of semester units required for graduation. For Child Development majors, a minimum of 18 units of electives is needed to meet the academic requirements for graduation.
Students also have the option of completing a Dual Concentration in Early Intervention and Early Biliteracy Development, which is a total of 18 units. Students opting for the Dual Concentration will need nine units of elective to fulfill their degree requirements for graduation.: