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Department of Early Childhood Education

College of Education

Minor in ECED

Early Childhood Development Minor: 18 Credit Hours

A minor is a secondary area of study outside of the major program of study with a structured curriculum composed of at least 18 semester credit hours of which at least 9 hours must be at the 3000-level or above.

ECED 2110 - Infant/Child/Toddler Development (3 credits) offered fall, spring (online and on-ground)

ECED 2150 - Foundations of Early Childhood Development (3 credits) offered spring (on-ground)

ECED 4010 - Observing and Assessing Young Children (3 credits) offered fall (on-ground and online)

ECED 4517 - Family, School, Community Involvement (3 credits) offered fall (on-ground), spring (on-ground), winter (online) and summer (online)

ECED 4140 - Program Development for Young Children (3 credits) offered fall (on-ground) and spring (on-ground and online)

ECED 3150 - Creative Development of Young Children (3 credits) offered fall, spring (on-ground)  or  HDAL 4127 - Divorce: Causes and Consequences (3 credits) (check with the Department of Counseling and Human Services to see when it is offered)

Click here for a printable sheet of the ECED Minor Courses

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