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1 EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION Pat h WaY s c e rt i F i c at e: infa n t / t o d d L e r 20 credits CAREER DESCRIPTION The State of Oregon requires individuals working in a licensed child care facility to have at least fourteen (14) college credits of Early Childhood Education. The classes offered in this certification are specific to those seeking to work with infants and toddlers under age three. All credits earned as part of the Early Childhood Certificate may be applied to the Associate s degree. You will earn a Infant/Toddler Career Pathway Certificate by successfully completing the required twenty (20) credit hours with a grade of C or better in all courses. Students will be required to register in the Oregon Registry before beginning coursework and pay for a background history check. Proof of MMR vaccinations is also required for ED 101. CPR and First Aid, and a Food Handler s Certificate are required before ED 103. PROFESSIONAL REQUIREMENTS Students will be required to enroll in the Oregon Registry Online (ORO) and begin mapping their educational and professional journey by the beginning of ED 102 Early Childhood Education Seminar/Practicum II coursework. Please go to for more information, and check with your instructor for guidance. PROGRAM OUTCOMES This certificate provides students with basic skills in the early care and education of infants and toddlers. It is designed for students just entering the early care and education field, those who wish to focus their education and work experience with infants and toddlers, and for those already employed in child care, but who need an immediate certificate to continue working in an Oregon licensed facility. A student may continue to seek the associate degree seamlessly, since all of the certificate classes are wholly contained within the degree program. 120 UCC CATALOG

2 PATHWAYS CERTIFICATE Infant / Toddler 20 Credits Recommended Sequence for Students (Students should see an advisor to customize their educational plan.) ECE Seminar & Practicum I ED CR Contemporary American Family HDFS CR 7 SEQUENCE ECE Seminar & Practicum II ED CR *Infant & Toddler Development HDFS CR Literature and Language for Children ED CR *Observing / Guiding Child Behavior ED CR 7 6 NOTES Scheduling requirements may prevent all courses from being offered every term. Consultation with an advisor is critical to student s selection of courses. Please see an advisor for a degree planning worksheet for this program. This will place you at Step 7.5 of of the Oregon Registry and meets coursework requirement for the Infant/Toddler CDA and Oregon Infant/Toddler Registry Certificate. The certificate will also assist the student in earning the Child Development Associate Certificate (CDA). CAREER & TECHNICAL EDUCATION 121

3 EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION Pat h WaY s c e rt i F i c at e: Pre-schooL 23 credits CAREER DESCRIPTION This certificate provides students with basic skills in the early care and education of preschool children age two-anda-half to six years. It is designed for students just entering the early care and education field, those who wish to focus their education and work experience with preschoolers, and for those already employed in child care, but who need an immediate certificate to continue working in an Oregon licensed facility. You will earn a Pre-School Career Pathway Certificate by successfully completing the required twenty-three (23) credit hours with a grade of C or better in all courses. Students will be required to register in the Oregon Registry before beginning coursework and pay for a background history check. Proof of MMR vaccinations is also required for ED 101. CPR and First Aid, and a Food Handler s Certificate are required before ED 103. PROFESSIONAL REQUIREMENTS Students will be required to enroll in the Oregon Registry Online (ORO) and begin mapping their educational and professional journey by the beginning of ED 102 Early Childhood Education Seminar/Practicum II coursework. Please go to for more information, and check with your instructor for guidance. PROGRAM OUTCOMES This certificate provides students with the skills needed in the early care and education of children infant to age six years. It is designed for students just entering the early care and education field, those who wish to focus their education and work experience with preschoolers, and for those already employed in child care, but who need an immediate certificate to continue working in an Oregon licensed facility. A student may continue to see the UCC One-Year Early Childhood Education Certificate, the Associate of Applied Science degree or the Associate of Science degree, seamlessly, since all of the certificate classes are wholly contained within the degree programs. 122 UCC CATALOG

4 PATHWAYS CERTIFICATE Pre-School 23 Credits Recommended Sequence for Students (Students should see an advisor to customize their educational plan.) ECE Seminar & *Literature and Language Contemporary Practicum I Child Development American Family ED CR HDFS CR HDFS CR 10 SEQUENCE ECE Seminar & Practicum II ED CR *Observing / Guiding Child Behavior ED CR Literature and Language For Children ED CR Individual Learning for Preschoolers ED CR 7 6 NOTES Scheduling requirements may prevent all courses from being offered every term. Consultation with an advisor is critical to student s selection of courses. Please see an advisor for a degree planning worksheet for this program. This will place you at Step 7.5 of of the Oregon Registry. The certificate will also assist the student in earning the Child Development Associate Certificate (CDA). * Indicates classes taught only once a year CAREER & TECHNICAL EDUCATION 123

5 EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION o n e-year c e rt i F i c at e: early c h i L d h o o d e d U c at i o n 48 credits CAREER DESCRIPTION This program prepares students to work with preschool age children as teachers or aides. Graduates are trained to work in a variety of educational and child care settings, including nursery schools, preschools, in child care homes and centers, and as a nanny. Course work and practical work experience emphasize knowledge of normal growth and development of young children, guidance skills, and the planning and directing of activities for children which foster positive intellectual, social, emotional and physical development. Many of the courses are also excellent for parents or others who work with young children. You will earn a One-Year Early Childhood Education Certificate by successfully completing the required forty-seven (47) credit hours with a grade of C or better in all courses. PROFESSIONAL REQUIREMENTS Students will be required to enroll in the Oregon Registry Online (ORO) and begin mapping their educational and professional journey by the beginning of ED 102 Early Childhood Education Seminar/Practicum II coursework. Please go to for more information, and check with your instructor for guidance. APPLICATION & ACCEPTANCE The student is required to complete and pay for a background history check through the Oregon Childcare Registry and MMR vaccination before beginning ED 101. CPR and First Aid, and Food Handler s Certificate are required before ED 103. PROGRAM OUTCOMES This certificate program prepares students to work with preschool age children as teachers or aides. Graduates are trained to work in a variety of educational and child care settings including nursery schools, preschools, as a nanny, and in child care homes and centers. 124 UCC CATALOG

6 CERTIFICATE Early Childhood Education 48 Credits Recommended Sequence for Students (Students should see an advisor to customize their educational plan.) ECE Seminar & *Introduction to Early Personal Nutrition Contemporary **English Composition: Practicum I Childhood Education FN CR American Family Intro to Argument ED CR ED CR HDFS CR WR CR SEQUENCE ECE Seminar & *Literature and Language *Understanding *Child Development Introduction to Algebra Practicum II For Children Children s Behavior HDFS CR MTH 060 (OR HIGHER) 4 CR ED CR ED CR PSY ECE Seminar & *Creative Activities *Infant & Toddler *The Exceptional Child *Observing / Guiding Practicum III for Children Development HDFS CR Child Behavior ED CR ED CR HDFS CR ED CR NOTES Scheduling requirements may prevent all courses from being offered every term. Consultation with an advisor is critical to student s selection of courses. Please see an advisor for a degree planning worksheet for this program. * Indicates classes taught only once a year ** A grade of C or better must be attained in these courses. CAREER & TECHNICAL EDUCATION 125

7 EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION a s s o c i at e o F a P P L i e d s c i e n c e: early c h i L d h o o d e d U c at i o n 93 credits CAREER DESCRIPTION Graduates are trained to work in a variety of educational and child care settings including nursery school, nanny, preschool, day care centers, private kindergarten and private childcare. Course work and practical work experience emphasize knowledge of normal growth and development of young children, guidance skills, and the planning and directing of activities for children which foster positive intellectual, social, emotional and physical development. Many of the courses are also excellent for parents or others who work with young children. PROFESSIONAL REQUIREMENTS Students will be required to enroll in the Oregon Registry Online (ORO) and begin mapping their educational and professional journey by the beginning of ED 102 Early Childhood Education Seminar/Practicum II coursework. Please go to for more information, and check with your instructor for guidance. APPLICATION & ACCEPTANCE The student is required to complete and pay for a background history check through the Oregon Childcare Registry, and MMR vaccination before beginning ED 101. CPR and First Aid is required before ED 103. PROGRAM OUTCOMES The Early Childhood Education associate degree program prepares students to work with preschool and school-aged children in both public and private school settings. This program is designed for persons of all ages and backgrounds, with special attention given to individual student needs and abilities. Students use knowledge of child development to create healthy, respectful, supportive and challenging learning environments for young children. Students create respectful, reciprocal relationships that support and empower families and involve all families in their children s development and learning. Students know and use effectively, responsible assessment through the use of observation, documentation and other appropriate tools to promote positive outcomes for each child in partnership with families and professional colleagues. Students know, understand, and use a wide array of developmentally appropriate approaches, instructional strategies, and tools to connect with children and families and positively influence each child s development and learning. Students use their own knowledge and other resources to design, implement, and evaluate meaningful, challenging curriculum that promotes comprehensive developmental and learning outcomes for every young child. Students know and demonstrate understanding of ethical guidelines and professional practices associated with early childhood careers. 126 UCC CATALOG

8 ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE Early Childhood Education 93 Credits Recommended Sequence for Students (Students should see an advisor to customize their educational plan.) YEAR ONE YEAR TWO ECE Seminar & Introduction to ECE Child Development English Composition: Psychology of Practicum I ED CR HDFS CR Intro to Argument Human Relations ED CR WR CR PSY CR ECE Seminar & Lesson & Literature and Language Elective: *Understanding Practicum II Curriculum Planning for Children 3 CR Children s Behavior ED CR ED CR ED CR PSY CR ECE Seminar Creative Activities Infant & Observing & Guiding Elective & Practicum III ED Toddler Development Child Behavior 3 CR ED CR HDFS CR ED CR ECE Seminar & Intro to Algebra Contemporary Institutions and Elective Practicum IV MTH 060 (OR HIGHER) 4 CR American Family Social Change 3 CR ED CR HDFS CR SOC CR ECE Seminar & Personal Nutrition Administration of Introduction to Music Practicum V FN CR Child Care Centers and Its Literature ED CR ED CR MUS CR ECE Seminar & Individualized Learning The Exceptional Child Wellness and Race, Class Practicum VI for Preschoolers HDFS CR Health Assessment & Ethnicity ED CR ED CR HPE CR SOC CR NOTES Scheduling requirements may prevent all courses from being offered every term. Consultation with an advisor is critical to student s selection of courses. Please see an advisor for a degree planning worksheet for this program. * Indicates classes taught only once a year ** MUS 105, 201, 203, 204, 205 may be substituted in different terms CAREER & TECHNICAL EDUCATION 127

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