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1 Students Name: UUID#: Description of Program Bachelor of Professional Studies Major in Professional Studies Concentration: Child Development and Family Studies (formerly Child Development) 218 Brister Hall memphis.edu/univcoll The Bachelor of Professional Studies in Child Development focuses on recognizing and enhancing important developmental milestones for children from birth through adolescence. Students will learn how to create effective learning environments to promote children s healthy development as well as assist parents in creating positive relationships and environments for the development of their children. In addition, students study the stages of development from infancy through adolescence and the ways that family, culture, peers, and schools influence the growth of children. Students will also explore the importance of advocacy for children and their families whether it is in the classroom, hospital or justice system. The BPS in Child Development courses are designed to reflect professional standards set forth by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC). These standards are critical indicators of program quality. In addition to core courses based on early childhood development, these guidelines contain course work designed to develop skills and knowledge of the historical, social, cultural, and educational contexts of the field. For information on careers in this and other fields students should consult the Career Services Office located on the 4 th Floor of Wilder Tower, This program DOES NOT lead to teacher licensure. Students interested in gaining a teaching license should contact the College of Education, Health and Human Sciences at UMdegree Use UMdegree to access information regarding your current academic pursuits, including Degree Requirements, General Education Requirements, Major / Concentration Requirements, and Minor Requirements. This tool reflects all changes to a student's academic record, and is used in determining whether or not a student has successfully completed all graduation requirements. Program Summary I. General Education 5-41 hours II. Coordinated Study 51 hours III. University College Requirements 9 hours IV. General Electives hours Minimum Required for Graduation: 120 hours* *Students must complete at least 60 hours from a 4 year institution. *Students must complete at least 42 hours of upper-division credit (000 or 4000-level). *Students must complete at least 0 of the last 60 hours through the University of Memphis. * Students must complete at least 9 graded hours in the major at the University of Memphis.

2 Detailed Program Summary A. General Education (5-41 hours) Students must complete the 5-41 hours of general education requirements as outlined in the attached general education grid. Please refer to the General Education website at for specific requirements. Students who have completed one year of American History in high school are exempt from the six credit hour History General Education Program requirement; otherwise, students will have to meet the History requirement. B. Coordinated Study (51 hours) Many upper-division (000/4000-level) courses have prerequisites that must be met prior to being permitted to register for those courses. You are responsible for knowing and satisfying all course prerequisites. For specific information about courses and the prerequisites they may have, please view course descriptions at: Some (not all) prerequisites are listed below. Many courses also require permits from the department that teaches the course. For example, SWRK and CJUS courses will always need permits from those respective departments. University College staff cannot issue permits for courses taught in other departments. ALL 000/4000 level classes taught by the College of Business (ACCT, ECON, FIR, MGMT, MKTG) require a permit; students must request a permit online at: https://fcbeacad.memphis.edu/ugad/permits/ I. Child Development Core: 18 hours (take all) EDPR 2111 Development Across the Life Span CDFS 2101 Family in Global Perspective EDPR 02 Child and Adolescent Development or PSYC 10 Child Psychology (PSYC 100 pre-rec) (Required: clinical/field experience outside of class) CDFS 401 Parent Child Relations CDFS 4220 Understanding Children: Behavior and Guidance *ECED 4540 Infant and Toddler Development *University College students MUST be Junior standing in order to enroll in ECED courses* II. Family and Society: 6 hours (take any 2) ANTH 511 Culture, Kin and Family PSYC 404 Children's Social Relationships (Prereq: successful completion of PSYC 100, child psychology course AND instructor permission.) SOCI 422 Racial and Ethnic Minorities: A Socio-Historical Approach SOCI 42 Sociology of Gender SOCI 4442 Sociology of Poverty MRCH 400 Family Resource Management III. Counseling: hours (take 1) COMM 441 Interpersonal Communication COUN 4611 Introduction to Counseling COUN 4621 Human Interactions COUN 4781 Strategies for Crisis Intervention COUN 478 Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services

3 IV. Historical Context: hours (take 1) ANTH 282 American Communities HIST 881 African American History HIST 481 History of American Family HIST 4851 History of Women in America HIST 485 History of African American Women HIST 486 History of Childhood in America V. Social Services and Public Policy: 6 hours (take 2) PADM 601 Public Administration (Prereq: ENGL 1020 or equivalent; junior/senior standing, POLS 100 recommended) PADM 4226 Introduction to Nonprofit Organizations (Prereq: ENGL 1020 or equivalent; junior/senior standing) POLS 21 Introduction to the Study of Public Policy (Prereq: POLS 100 or instructor permission) SWRK 2911 Social Response to Human Need SWRK 902 Human Behavior and Social Environment (Prereq: SWRK 2010 or 2911 AND BIOL/MMCS 1010/1011, or instructor permission) SWRK 494 Child Welfare Policy and Services (Prereq: SWRK 2010, 2911, 920) *(All SWRK courses require permits from the respective departments.) VI. Educational Context: 9 hours (take ) ART 411 Art for Children CDFS 4101 Integrated Curriculum for Early Learners ECED 555* Observation/Assessment of Infant & Early Childhood Development EXSS 06 Elementary School Health and Wellness 2 ENGL 401 Children s Literature SPED 2000 Foundation/Exceptional Learners (4 Field Hours) SOCI 820 Sociology of Education CDFS 422 Home, School and Community Engagement *University College students MUST be Junior standing in order to enroll in ECED courses* VII. Internship and Field Experience: 6 hours UNIV 4110 Internship UNIV 2110 Field Experience C. University College Requirements (9 hours) I. Thematic Studies (6 hours) Any UNIV or UNIV course, MRCH 400, MRCH 4205, PHIL 514 Students complete a total of 6 credit hours in a University College thematic studies course(s) of their choosing. These courses are designed to broaden a student s knowledge of significant themes in social, political, and religious history. Only specifically designated courses will meet this requirement. Students can complete one 6 credit hour class or two credit hour courses. For a complete list of courses:

4 II. Senior Project ( hours) The senior project is a student s culminating experience or capstone designed to synthesize and integrate the content of a student s program of study. The senior project is intended to fuse the two or more academic areas that comprise the student s coordinated study (major) into an academically-relevant example of scholarship. Students will complete a thesis, task-based, or artistic project on a topic of their choice with approval of their senior project instructor. The senior project is completed during a student s final semester. ALL sections of UNIV 4995 are taught online. Students will be assigned to a specific section based on the topic they select. D. General Electives (25-28 hours) Students must take enough electives hours to earn a minimum of 120 semester hours. 60 of these hours must be taken at a 4-year institution A minimum of 0 of the last 60 hours must be completed at the University of Memphis. A minimum of 42 upper division hours are required ( level courses) A minimum of 9 graded hours in the major must be completed at the University of Memphis *UNIV 900 Experiential Learning Credit may be granted credit for college level knowledge and understanding related to the student s major area of study and gained from work experience, life experience, or non-college instruction. The student who wants an assessment of such learning prepares a portfolio that describes and documents the learning. Portfolios are assessed by faculty who teach in that area. Assessment by portfolio is reserved for knowledge and competencies which do not readily fit into the credit by examination procedures described above. More detailed information about procedures may be obtained from the individual colleges. For fee information, see Fees and Charges.

5 A. General Education Requirements (5-41hours) Course Category Course Semester Grade Hours English Composition (6 hrs.) minimum grade of C ENGL 1010 ( hrs.) ENGL 1020 ( hrs.) Oral Communication and Rhetoric ( hrs.) COMM 281 Oral Communication Mathematics ( hrs.): pick any one of the following MATH 1420, 150, 1710, 180, OR 1910 Humanities (9 hrs.) 1. Literature Course ENGL 2201 or ENGL American History (6 hours) University College students are exempt from American Heritage requirement ONLY if they have completed one year of American History in high school. If courses are required, see UM Degree for options to complete this requirement. One year of American History documented on UMDegree OR Courses must be completed to fulfill requirement If courses are required, list them below: Social Science (6 hrs.) Natural Science (8 hrs.) Total General Education Hours Required 5-41 Questions about transfer-credit equivalencies should be directed to the University College advisors. Need to complete ALEKS assessment? Yes No Completed: Yes No MPL score:

6 B. Coordinated Study (51 hours) A minimum grade of C- is required in each course and an overall GPA of 2.25 is required in the major. An overall and U of M GPA s of 2.00 are also required. Required Courses Course Semester Grade Hour I. Child Development Core:18 hours (take all) EDPR 2111 Development Across the Life Span CDFS 2101 Family in Global Perspective EDPR 02 Child and Adolescent Development Or PSYC 10 Child Psychology (Required: clinical/field experience outside of class) CDFS 401 Parent Child Relations CDFS 4220 Understanding Children: Behavior and Guidance ECED 4540* Infant and Toddler Development EDPR 2111 CDFS 2101 EDPR 02 or PSYC 10 CDFS 401 CDFS 4220 ECED 4540* II. Family and Society: 6 hours (take 2) ANTH 511, PSYC 404, SOCI 422, SOCI 42, SOCI 4442, MRCH 400 III. Counseling: hours (take 1) COMM 441, COUN 4611, COUN 4621, COUN 4781, COUN 478 IV. Historical Context: hours (take 1) ANTH 282, HIST 881, HIST 481, HIST 4851, HIST 485, HIST 486 V. Social Services and Public Policy: 6 hours (take 2) PADM 601, PADM 4226, POLS 21, SWRK 2911, SWRK 902, SWRK 494 VI. Educational Context: 9 hours (take ) ART 411, CDFS 4101, ECED 555*, SPED 2000, ENGL 401, SOCI 820, CDFS 422 VII. Internship and Field Experience: 6 hours UNIV 2110 Field Experience (complete before UNIV 4110) UNIV 4110 Internship UNIV 2110 UNIV 4110 C. University College Requirements (9 hours) I. Thematic Studies (6 hrs) Any UNIV or UNIV , MRCH 4205, 400, or PHIL 514 II. Senior Project ( hrs) UNIV 4995 D. General Electives (25-28 hours) as needed to complete 120 hours with a minimum of 42 upper division hours, a minimum of 60 hours from 4 year schools, and a minimum of 0 of the last 60 hours must be completed at U of M. *University College students MUST be in junior standing in order to enroll in College of Education courses.*

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