Upon advisement, community college transfer students with an Associate of Arts degree in Child Development or Early Childhood Education (ECE) may waive CDEV 3140 and complete the remaining required coursework, plus additional coursework, for a total of 22 units, 17 upper-division.
Community college coursework in Child Development or Early Childhood Education may apply toward 5 units non-upper-division electives within the Child Development concentration.
Community college transfer students without an Associate of Arts in Child Development or ECE must complete course requirements as outlined above for a total of not less than 22 units, with no more than 5 lower-division units.
Students with Child Development concentrations must take all courses counted toward the concentration for a letter grade if the letter-grade option is available. In addition, no more than 3 units of credit-graded coursework may apply toward the concentration.
All students must take at least one non-research Child Development laboratory course in residence at CSU Stanislaus. All students must complete CDEV 3010, Child Abuse and Neglect, prior to enrollment in the following lab courses:
Internships and fieldwork courses may be repeated once each for credit toward the concentration. In addition, a maximum of 3 units of combined coursework in fieldwork and internships may be counted toward the concentration with approval by the major adviser.
Students obtaining academic competency prior to the credential program must earn grades of C or better in all classes within the concentration.
2. Select 6 units of electives from the following courses:
(3 units must come from section a)
Electives may not be cross counted for the courses required within the concentration core.