Purdue University Global

Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Development (Online)

The Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Development program is a nonlicensure program designed to prepare you to work in early childhood settings with children from birth through age 8. Foundation coursework concentrates on growth and development, applied theory, ethics and professionalism, children in the inclusive classroom, health and nutrition, and lesson planning and implementation.

The course curriculum blends theory and practice, and provides a general education foundation in ethics, critical thinking, and communication skills to support roles and responsibilities in diverse learning environments.

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