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1 West Virginia University 1 Child Development and Family Studies Carol A. Markstrom, Program Coordinator, Professor of Child Development and Family Studies Barbara G. Warash, Director, Child Development Laboratory (Nursery School), Professor of Child Development and Family Studies Nancy Wolfe-Dilgard, Undergraduate Coordinator, Child Development and Family Studies PROGRAM DESCRIPTION The undergraduate program in child development and family studies leads to a B.S. in which students can choose from four curriculum options: PreK special needs certification, PreK child development, PreK certification, or family and youth studies. The pre-k options are best suited for students interested in working with young children, from birth through four years, and their parents in pre-school or child care programs. Family and youth studies is best suited for students interested in working with older children, adolescents, and/or families in youth development or family development programs in community agencies. CERTIFICATION IN PRE-KINDERGARTEN AND PREK - K SPECIAL NEEDS The pre-kindergarten option focuses on the social, emotional, intellectual, and physical development of all children. Students are educated to plan programs, perform selected developmental assessments, and interact with young children in developmentally appropriate ways. Settings for internship experiences include the West Virginia University Child Development Laboratory for preschool children, public school preschools, and placements in community childcare centers to work with infants and toddlers. Upon graduation, students who complete requirements may apply for the West Virginia State Department of Education Certification for pre-kindergarten. The program also offers an early childhood director s credential, an Early Childhood Education Certificate, and an Infant Toddler Education certificate. FACULTY PROGRAM COORDINATOR Carol Markstrom - Ph.D. (Utah State University) PROFESSOR Barbara Warash - Ed.D. (West Virginia University) Director of the WVU Nursery School ASSISTANT PROFESSORS Amy Root - Ph.D. (University of Maryland, College Park) Kristin Moilanen - Ph.D. (University of Nebraska) Jessica Troilo - Ph.D. (University of Missouri) Suzanne Hartman - Ph.D. (George Mason University) CLINICAL INSTRUCTOR Nancy Wolfe-Dilgard - M.A. (West Virginia University) Undergraduate Coordinator INSTRUCTOR Melissa Workman - M.A. (West Virginia University) Associate Director of the WVU Nursery School Keri Law - M.A. (West Virginia University) ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS An overall GPA of 2.5 or higher is required to enter the CDFS program. A number of students transfer to WVU from other institutions, as well as transfer from within the University into CDFS. In order for transfer students to complete the program requirements, they should anticipate spending additional time at the University to complete the program. Certain courses are offered only in the fall or spring of the sophomore, junior, and senior years. In addition, certain courses must be taken in a specified sequence. Non-CDFS majors cannot take the following courses in the on-campus format until they are accepted as majors: 211, 212, 412, 413, 414, 415, and 491. Exceptions may be granted with instructor approval. Students transferring from other institutions must apply in advance with the WVU Office of Admissions, (304) , to determine which courses taken at other institutions will be given full credit at WVU.

2 2 Child Development and Family Studies Through the 2+2 articulation agreement between WVU and Pierpont Community & Technical College (PCTC; formerly part of Fairmont State University), students transferring with an Associate of Applied Sciences Degree in Early Childhood from PCTC are automatically entered into the CDFS undergraduate program at WVU given they meet the program s requirements for admissions, currently a 2.5 GPA. FAMILY AND YOUTH STUDIES The emphasis in family and youth studies is designed for students with interests in older children, adolescents, and/or families. Students in this emphasis may be seeking careers working with these segments of the population in such settings as youth or family service agencies. Additionally, this emphasis is appropriate for students who will pursue graduate studies in human development, marriage and family therapy, education, developmental psychology, social work, and related fields. In the family and youth studies emphasis, students complete coursework related to family issues, family interaction, human growth and development, human sexuality, youth concerns, and related topics. All students are required to complete internships at community family- and/or youth-focused agencies. Students in this option may wish to consider completing a certificate in gerontology or disability studies or a minor in women s studies, communication studies, sociology and anthropology, or leadership studies. CDFS online courses are permitted for family and youth studies emphasis majors in CDFS with the exception of CDFS 250, CDFS 412, 413, 414, 415, and 491a which are to be taken as on-campus classes. GRADE INFORMATION Students must earn grades of C or better in all courses with the CDFS course designator. If the student receives a D or F in a CDFS course, the course must be repeated until a C or better is obtained. The credits associated with a D or F grade earned in a CDFS course will not count toward the 128 credit hours required for graduation. If a student s overall GPA drops below 2.5, he or she may be subject to academic probation and potentially suspension. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Graduates of CDFS may work with children in a variety of settings, such as public school early childhood education programs, Head Start, childcare centers or Cooperative Extension. Additionally, students may find employment working with other children and adolescents in youth service agencies and with parents and families in a variety of social service settings. Salary is dependent on numerous factors, such as the qualifications of the graduate, the structure of the employing agency (the position, private/public, nonprofit/for profit, etc.), and the geographical location of the employment setting. The CDFS graduate is provided with a foundation for graduate work in a variety of social science and educational disciplines, including child/human development, family studies, developmental psychology, social work, public administration, and counseling. GENERAL EDUCATION CURRICULUM Please use this link to view a list of courses that meet each GEC requirement. ( general_education_curriculum) NOTE: Some major requirements will fulfill specific GEC requirements. Please see the curriculum requirements listed below for details on which GECs you will need to select. General Education Curriculum ENGL 101 & ENGL 102 or ENGL 103 Composition And Rhetoric and Composition And Rhetoric Accelerated Academic Writing GEC 2A - Mathematics 3-4 GEC 2B - Natural and Physical Science 7-8 GEC 2C - Additional GEC 2A, B or C 3 GEC 3 - The Past and Its Traditions 3 GEC 4 - Issues of Contemporary Society 3 GEC 5 - Artistic Expression 3 GEC 6 - The Individual in Society 3 GEC 6F - First Year Seminar 1-3 GEC 7 - American Culture 3 GEC 8 - Western Culture 3 GEC 9 - Non-Western Culture 3 Total MAJOR REQUIREMENTS Major Requirements CDFS 101 Intro:Child Dvlpmnt/Family Std * 1 CDFS 110 Families Across the Life Span 3 3-6

3 West Virginia University 3 CDFS 112 Introduction Marriage & Family 3 CDFS 210 Introduction to Parenting (MinGrade C) 3 CDFS 212 Early Childhood Development (MinGrade C) 3 CDFS 250 Research Methods/Data Analysis 3 CDFS 413 Contmpry Issues-Family Relatns (MinGrade C) 3 EDUC 200 Professional Inquiry-Education 3 SPED 304 SPED in Contemporary Society (MinGrade C) 3 Choose one of the Following: 3-4 MATH 121 Intro Concepts Of Mathematics MATH 126A College Algebra 5-Day MATH 126B College Algebra 4-Day MATH 126C College Algebra 3-Day MATH 129 Pre-Calculus Mathematics MATH 150 Applied Calculus MATH 155 Calculus 1 MATH 156 Calculus 2 Total * CDFS 101 is not required for students with transfer work or students who have previously taken an approved WVU orientation course. BIRTH THROUGH PRE-K CD&FS AREA OF EMPHASIS Birth Through Pre-K CD&FS Area of Emphasis: A minimum GPA of 2.5 is required in all emphasis courses Child Development Courses CDFS 211 Infant Development 4 CDFS 316 Child Development Practicum 3 CDFS 431 Infant Toddler Language/Lit 3 or CDFS 432 Early Socio-Emotional Growth Internship Requirements CDFS 491 Prof Field Experience:Capstone 3 CDFS 491A Professional Field Experience 3 Additional Requirements CHPR 172 First Aid and Emergency Care 2 C&I 410 Early Childhood Education 1 3 C&I 411 Early Childhood Education 2 3 RDNG 423 Literacy and the Young Child 3 SPED 312 Diffrnttd Instrctn -Yng Chldrn 3 SPED 317 Tech-Yng Child w/wo Spec Needs 3 Kinderskills: 2-3 CDFS 430 Best Practice Pre-K Movement PET 384 Kinderskills/Gym PET 400 Kinderskills/Pool Classroom Creativeness: 3 ART 103 Materials and Procedures C&I 414 Creative Expernc-Early Childhd MUSC 182 Music in the Elementary School THET 461 Creative Dramatics Business of Child Care and Education Choose 2 of the Following: 6 BUSA 320 Survey of Management BUSA 330 Survey of Marketing CDFS 420 Art of Leadrshp-Erly Childhood

4 4 Child Development and Family Studies Child Care Center Administratn CDFS 422 Business of Child Care ENTR 340 Survey of Entrepreneurship Director s Credential (Optional) CDFS 420 Art of Leadrshp-Erly Childhood Child Care Center Administratn CDFS 422 Business of Child Care CDFS 423 Externl Fndng:Erly Chldhd Prgm Total CHILD DEVELOPMENT AREA OF EMPHASIS Child Development Area of Emphasis Child Development Requirments CDFS 211 Infant Development 4 CDFS 316 Child Development Practicum 3-4 CDFS 431 Infant Toddler Language/Lit 3 CDFS 432 Early Socio-Emotional Growth 3 CDFS 491 Prof Field Experience:Capstone 3 CDFS 491A Professional Field Experience 3 Additional Requirements C&I 410 Early Childhood Education 1 3 C&I 411 Early Childhood Education 2 3 CHPR 172 First Aid and Emergency Care 2 RDNG 423 Literacy and the Young Child 3 SPED 312 Diffrnttd Instrctn -Yng Chldrn 3 SPED 317 Tech-Yng Child w/wo Spec Needs 3 Kinderskills 2-3 PET 384 Kinderskills/Gym PET 400 Kinderskills/Pool CDFS 430 Best Practice Pre-K Movement Classroom Creativeness 3 ART 103 Materials and Procedures C&I 414 Creative Expernc-Early Childhd MUSC 182 Music in the Elementary School THET 461 Creative Dramatics The Business of Childcare and Education 6 BUSA 320 Survey of Management BUSA 330 Survey of Marketing CDFS 420 Art of Leadrshp-Erly Childhood Child Care Center Administratn CDFS 422 Business of Child Care CDFS 423 Externl Fndng:Erly Chldhd Prgm ENTR 340 Survey of Entrepreneurship Total SPECIAL NEEDS PRE-K ENDORSEMENT AREA OF EMPHASIS Special Needs Pre-K Endorsement Area of Emphasis SPED 311 Dev Assmnt Yng Chld Spec Needs 3 SPED 312 Diffrnttd Instrctn -Yng Chldrn 3 SPED 314 Center-Based Prgms Early Intrv 3 SPED 315 Home-Based Prgms Early Intrvnt 3 SPED 316 Behav Supp Yng Chld Spec Needs 3

5 West Virginia University 5 SPED 317 Tech-Yng Child w/wo Spec Needs 3 SPED 319 Intrnshp:PreSchl Special Needs 6 Praxis II ** Praxis I * Total 24 * Praxis I must be successfully completed prior to taking SPED 312. Praxis tests are waived if: You have already completed a Masters Degree You scored a 26 on the ACT You scored a 1125 on the SAT ** Praxis 2 must be successfully completed prior to taking SPED 319. Scores must be received prior to the first day of internship. SUGGESTED PLAN OF STUDY PRE-KINDERGARTEN OPTIONS First Year ENGL 101 & ENGL 102 MATH SOCA CDFS BIOL 101 & BIOL 103 CDFS CDFS CHPR Elective 2 GEC Objectives (select from objectives 5, 8, or 9) 6 Second Year GEC Objective 2B, 2C 3 CDFS Select one of the following: 3 PET 384 PET 400 CDFS 430 CDFS CDFS CDFS EDUC SPED SPED GEC Objective (select from objectives 5, 8 or 9) 3 Third Year 31 CDFS Select one of the following: 3 C&I 414 ART 103 MUSC 182 CDFS 491A 3 C&I C&I SPED 312 3

6 6 Child Development and Family Studies SPED RDNG SPED Select one of the following: 6 CDFS 422 BUSA Course GEC Objective (select from objectives 5, 8, or 9) 3 Fourth Year 36 CDFS CDFS SPED SPED SPED Electives 15 Total credit hours: 133 FAMILY AND YOUTH STUDIES AREA OF EMPHASIS Family and Youth Studies Area of Emphasis: 33 Major Requirements ENGL 101 & ENGL 102 Composition And Rhetoric and Composition And Rhetoric MATH 121 Intro Concepts Of Mathematics 3 SOCA 101 Introduction to Sociology 3 BIOL 101 & BIOL 103 General Biology and General Biology Laboratory COMM 100 Principles-Human Communication 1 COMM 102 Human Comm-Interprsnl Context 2 CHPR 172 First Aid and Emergency Care 2 CDFS 250 Research Methods/Data Analysis 3 PSYC 101 Introduction to Psychology 3 GEC Electives 12 Electives 10 A minimum GPA of 2.5 is required in all emphasis courses Child Development Courses CDFS 412 Adolescent Development 3 CDFS 414 Adolescent Problems/Disorders 3 CDFS 415 Family Interaction/Communicatn 3 CDFS 491A Professional Field Experience 6 Additional Requirements AGEE 220 Group Organization/Leadership 3 BIOL 122 Human Sexuality 3 CHPR 170 Health of the Individual 3 COMM 112 Small Group Communication 3 HN&F 171 Introduction to Nutrition 3 PSYC 101 Introduction to Psychology 3 SOCA 303 Juvenile Delinquency 3 SOWK 105 Social Welfare Institutions 3 SPA 270 Effective Public Speaking 3 6 4

7 West Virginia University 7 WGST 170 Intro-Womens/Gender Studies 3 Total SUGGESTED PLAN OF STUDY FAMILY AND YOUTH STUDIES First Year ENGL ENGL MATH SOCA CDFS COMM COMM BIOL BIOL CDFS CDFS PSYC GEC Objectives (select from objectives 3, 5, 8, or 9) 6 35 Second Year CDFS CDFS CDFS GEC Objective 2B, 2C 3 CHPR SPA WGST GEC Objectives (select from objectives 3, 5, 8, or 9) Third Year AGEE EDUC BIOL CDFS 491A 6 HN&F COMM SOWK Electives 9 33 Fourth Year SOCA CDFS CDFS CDFS CDFS SPED Electives Total credit hours: Upon completion of six three-hour courses, students can earn one of three minors: 1. Child Development and Family Studies, 2. Infant and Toddler, and/ or 3. Family and Youth. A minor in CDFS can support students in other fields who may require some background in child or adolescent development

8 8 Child Development and Family Studies and/or family studies to broaden their overall academic experience. Infant and Toddler supports students needing background in infant toddler development and education and can lead to completion of the Infant and Toddler certificate. Family and Youth focuses on the adolescent years and supports work with families during this developmental time. For example, students in physical education or recreation and parks may work with children or adolescents, in which case some knowledge-base in CDFS and/or Family and Youth would support their preparedness for the work setting. Individuals working in Child Care settings with infants or in pediatric nursing would be supported with information in the Infant and Toddler minor. A cumulative college GPA of at least 2.5 is required for admission to the minor. CDFS minors take their courses online through Extended Learning. Minors in CDFS must earn grades of C or better in all courses with the CDFS course designator. CHILD DEVELOPMENT & FAMILY STUDIES MINOR MINOR CODE - U081 CDFS 110 Families Across the Life Span 3 Select two of the following: 6 CDFS 210 CDFS 211 CDFS 212 Introduction to Parenting Infant Development Early Childhood Development Select three of the following: 9 CDFS 412 CDFS 413 CDFS 415 Adolescent Development Contmpry Issues-Family Relatns Family Interaction/Communicatn Child Care Center Administratn Total 18 FAMILY & YOUTH MINOR MINOR CODE - U103 CDFS 110 Families Across the Life Span 3 CDFS 112 Introduction Marriage & Family 3 Select one from the following: CDFS 210 Introduction to Parenting 3 CDFS 212 Early Childhood Development 3 Select three from the following: CDFS 412 Adolescent Development 3 CDFS 413 Contmpry Issues-Family Relatns 3 CDFS 414 Adolescent Problems/Disorders 3 CDFS 415 Family Interaction/Communicatn 3 Total 18 INFANT & TODDLER MINOR MINOR CODE - U102 CDFS 110 Families Across the Life Span 3 CDFS 211 Infant Development 4 Select four from the following: 12 CDFS 210 CDFS 430 CDFS 431 CDFS 432 CDFS 491A Introduction to Parenting Child Care Center Administratn Best Practice Pre-K Movement Infant Toddler Language/Lit Early Socio-Emotional Growth Professional Field Experience Total 19

9 West Virginia University 9 COURSES CDFS 101. Intro:Child Dvlpmnt/Family Std. 1 Hour. This course will introduce students to the following: Child Development and Family Studies Program, West Virginia University, core objectives of a First Year Experience, major requirements, program expectation and career possibilities with an emphasis on critical thinking and college survival skills. CDFS 110. Families Across the Life Span. 3. Explores the physical, psychological, and cognitive developmental changes of individuals who are functioning in family systems that change across the life-span. CDFS 112. Introduction Marriage & Family. 3. Explores various dimensions of self-development and personal preference relevant to dating, mate selection, marriage, having children, parenting, divorce, and remarriage. CDFS 210. Introduction to Parenting. 3. Introduction of terminology, descriptions, and explanations of the parental role and parent-child interactions. Emphasis on social and personal definitions of the parental role and on the problems and changes in parent-child relationships. CDFS 211. Infant Development. 4. PR: CDFS 110. Developmental characteristics and environmental effects on the child during the prenatal period and the first two years with implications for guidance and care, includes practical experience working with infants and toddlers. CDFS 212. Early Childhood Development. 3. PR: CDFS 110. Physical, social, emotional, and cognitive development of children from conception to seven years with implications for guidance and care in practical settings. CDFS 250. Research Methods/Data Analysis. 3. Overview of principles and methods of CDFS research; developmental research challenges and strategies; descriptive statistics and statistical inference (hypothesis testing). CDFS 293A-Z. Special Topics PR: Consent. Investigation of topics not covered in regularly scheduled courses. CDFS 316. Child Development Practicum PR: CDFS 212 or PSYC 241. Application of child development principles. Involves planning developmentally appropriate activities for three-four-and five-year old children at the West Virginia University Child Development Laboratory. CDFS 317. Hospital Child Life Practicum. 3. PR: CDFS 212 and CDFS 316. Application of development principles to children in the hospital. Assignments involve learning intervention techniques to minimize hospital-generated stress and enhance normal development and family experience. CDFS 320. Family Life Education. 3. Introduces the general philosophy and broad principles of family life education along with the range of programs available. An opportunity is given to plan, implement, and evaluate such educational programs for diverse audiences. CDFS 321. Family Policy and Law. 3. Explores at the federal and state level the process of policy formation, implementation, and evaluation as it relates to family life. Introduces the laws regulating such family life activities as marriage, parenting, and divorce. CDFS 412. Adolescent Development. 3. PR: Senior or graduate standing and CDFS 110. The adolescent in contemporary American culture, including normative physical, social, and personality development; relationships within various typical social settings. (e.g., family, school, community, peer group.). CDFS 413. Contmpry Issues-Family Relatns. 3. PR: Senior or graduate standing or consent. Study of recent research findings in the major areas of family relationships. Topics include effects of family violence, substance abuse, poverty, and health. Pre-requisite(s) and/ or co-requisite(s) may differ on regional campuses. CDFS 414. Adolescent Problems/Disorders. 3. Focuses on non-normative aspects of adolescent development including social, behavior, emotional, and psychological problems. Prevention and intervention strategies are examined. CDFS 415. Family Interaction/Communicatn. 3. PR: Senior or graduate standing or consent. The family as a social group; processes related to well-being for a variety of family relationships. CDFS 420. Art of Leadrshp-Erly Childhood. 3. The course will prepare students to develop effective leadership skills in early childhood settings, advocate for children and families and develop collaborative partnerships.. Child Care Center Administratn. 3. Focuses on skills necessary for directing a high quality child care center. Participants will gain knowledge in program planning, development, and maintenance.

10 10 Child Development and Family Studies CDFS 422. Business of Child Care. 3. This course is designed to provide essential business and management lessons in operating a high quality early child care center. CDFS 423. Externl Fndng:Erly Chldhd Prgm. 1 Hour. Provides the opportunity to learn and understand external funding sources and the application of grant writing process in relationship to early childhood programs. CDFS 430. Best Practice Pre-K Movement. 3. The course will prepare students to plan, develop and implement an appropriate structured movement program so young children can be physically active and to set the stage for lifelong physical activity. CDFS 431. Infant Toddler Language/Lit. 3. Focus on language and literacy development in infants and toddlers for teachers and others working with infants and toddlers. CDFS 432. Early Socio-Emotional Growth. 3. An advanced course in infant and toddler socio-emotional development. The course will focus on the development of emotion, relationships, and the curriculum to promote infant socio-emotional well-being. CDFS 490. Teaching Practicum PR: Consent. Teaching practice as a tutor or assistant. CDFS 491. Prof Field Experience:Capstone PR: Consent. (May be repeated up to a maximum of 18 hours.) Prearranged experiential learning program, to be planned, supervised, and evaluated for credit by faculty and field supervisors. Involves temporary placement with public or private enterprise for professional competence development. CDFS 491A. Professional Field Experience PR: Consent. (May be repeated up to a maximum of 18 hours.) Prearranged experiential learning program, to be planned, supervised, and evaluated for credit by faculty and field supervisors. Involves temporary placement with public or private enterprise for professional competence development. CDFS 493A-Z. Special Topics PR: Consent. Investigation of topics not covered in regularly scheduled courses. CDFS 494A-Z. Seminar PR: Consent. Presentation and discussion of topics of mutual concern to students and faculty. CDFS 495. Independent Study Faculty supervised study of topics not available through regular course offerings. CDFS 496. Senior Thesis PR: Consent. CDFS 498A-Z. Honors PR: Students in Honors Program and consent by the honors director. Independent reading, study or research.

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