Department of Educational Theory & Practice (cont'd)
Minor in Early Childhood Studies
The minor is designed to expand the knowledge and skill level of students receiving degrees in elementary education, psychology, or sociology who are preparing to work with children (0-8) and their families. Transfer students interested in the Permissive Special Competence in early childhood education from the Montana Office of Public Instruction will need to add additional courses to complete the requirements of the competency.
|EDU 240 Behavior Management||3|
|EC/SPED 283 Curriculum and Adaptations||3|
|EDU 336 Cognitive & Language Development in Young Children||3|
|EC 336 Social/Emotional Development in Young Children||3|
|EC 437 Child in the Family System||3|
The focus electives must be chosen in consultation with the student’s faculty advisor.
|Total Required Course credits||21|
|Certain courses in this program have prerequisites; students should check the course descriptions for required prerequisites.|