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Early Childhood Education Degree Suggested Schedule



ATA in Early Childhood Education

First Year

Second Year

* Students who do not receive an appropriate test score will require additional coursework to develop necessary skills for entry into class. (ENGL 170 may be substituted for ENGL 101) (BMT 111 may be substituted for WMATH 100)

** Electives (total of 4 to 8 credits) approved by Department Chair include: ECE 240, EDUC 246, EDUC& 122.

*** Learning Community (5 to 10 credits) or 5 credits of General Education (culture, natural world or arts). Must be outside of technical area, approved by Department Chair. Suggested General Education courses include; PSYC& 100, 200, CMST& 220 and a Foreign Language (Spanish, ASL, etc.)

**** ECED& 120 may be taken any time during the second quarter of the two year process. A minimum of four credits of ECED& 120 must be completed.

***** ECE 199 may be taken at any time during the two year process. A minimum of four credits of ECE 199 must be completed.

NOTE: Student schedule may vary based on entry point, credit load, and prerequisites. Consult with department chair or SVC counselor for scheduling options. Also see Education Paraprofessional (EDUC) for information on a related program. Includes required ATA courses.

AAS/T in Early Childhood Education

First Year

Second Year

* or EDUC& 202

** Students who do not have an appropriate test score will require additional coursework to develop necessary skills for entry into class.

*** or ENGL 104.

**** or PSYC& 200.

***** Accepted courses include ART 141, 142, 143, 144; BIOL& 100, 211, 213, BIOL 105, 133; EASC 102, 111, MUSIC 100, 121, 122, 123, 124, 125, 126, 127; MUSC& 141, OCEA& 101, ASTR& 101, GEOL& 101, 110, 208; NASC 100. For a complete course list, please see the department chair.

NOTE: This transfer degree is accepted by City University, DeVry University, The Evergreen State College, EWU-Child Studies, Goddard College, Seattle Pacific University, University of Cincinnati-College of Education, University of Phoenix, and WSU-Human Development. This degree will be granted to SVC students completing with a 2.0 GPA.