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Start a New Career Helping Young Children Develop and Learn
The fastest period of development in human life occurs in early childhood. How do you equip a child with positive characteristics during these critical formative years? What techniques are most successful at encouraging a child's progress while helping them to become confident, friendly and with excellent peer relationships?
These broad issues and challenges are explored in-depth by National University’s Bachelor of Arts Early Childhood Development.
If you're motivated to give children the best start possible; and understand the current intervention strategies that caregivers, educators, and parents should use to encourage and stimulate a child's progress, this degree - and career path - will be ideal for you.
The National University program will give you a thorough understanding of child development, including the development of children with special needs, as they experience physical, cognitive, and emotional growth. You'll learn how to match education strategies and curriculums to various development levels.
This degree features extensive field experience and prepares you for work in a variety of settings involving care givers and young children - child care centers, nursery schools, Head Start centers, family child care homes, to name a few.
National University offers state-of-the-art online options to accommodate busy schedules and a unique one-course-per-month format to accelerate your time to degree.
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