This program focuses on child growth and development, health and safety, curriculum, family engagement, guidance, and offers hands-on experience in a variety of nationally accredited child care and early education facilities.
Students planning a teaching career can begin their degree at Midlands Tech, but they must finish an appropriate degree somewhere else and complete the State Department of Education's requirements for teacher certification.
Students will develop a broad understanding of the causes, nature and consequences of human behavior.
The American Sign Language (ASL) certificate is designed to prepare students for careers in the growing field of ASL communication and interpretation.
Focuses on how to build language and literacy rich environments, appropriate math and science skills, an inquiry based approach to learning about the world, and safe, healthy environments which promote the emotional and social well-being of children.
This programs helps students learn about age-related issues so they can better understand and serve older adults.
This program is for the early childhood professional who works with or is interested in working with children from birth through two years of age.
Students will receive the skills and resources to work with children with differing abilities from birth through age eight in either an inclusive classroom setting or an exclusive special needs classroom.