The B.S. degree in Child and Family Development with a concentration in Birth Through Kindergarten Teacher Education (Non-Certification) track provides students who are interested in education the opportunity to take coursework leading to a broad understanding of the field. When accepted to the University all Child and Family Development majors concentrating in Birth Through Kindergarten (certification and non-certification) are enrolled into the non-certification track. This track does NOT lead to teacher certification. Upon meeting teacher education program admission requirements, those seeking teacher certification in Birth-Kindergarten will move into the B.S. Child and Family Development Birth-Kindergarten Certification track. All others will remain in the Non-Certification track.
General Requirements (Core Areas A-E) Credit Hours: 42
Additional Requirements: Credit Hours: 4
Area F - Courses Appropriate to Concentration: Credit Hours: 18
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