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The Early Childhood Education minor provides a learning opportunity to all DePaul Students for those interested in the care and education of young children. Students interested in this minor should consult home college advisors and secure permission from the Early Childhood Program to enroll.
Seven courses from the following list selected in consultation with an academic advisor and Early Childhood Program faculty:
|Select seven courses from the following list selected in consultation with an academic advisor and Early Childhood Program faculty:||28|
|ART, MUSIC, AND MOVEMENT FOR THE YOUNG CHILD|
|CHILD GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT|
|CHILD AND FAMILY IN THE URBAN COMMUNITY|
|INTRODUCTION TO EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION|
|LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT IN EARLY CHILDHOOD (BIRTH TO 8)|
|YOUNG EXCEPTIONAL CHILD: METHODS AND CHARACTERISTICS|
|PREPRIMARY PROGRAMS: CURRICULUM AND STRATEGIES|
|ASSESSMENT IN EARLY CHILDHOOD INCLUSIVE SETTINGS|
Note: Students in DePaul's College of Education programs in Elementary Education, Physical Education, Special Education, Secondary Education, or World Language Education cannot select the ECE minor. Students may elect to take courses in this minor or other education courses but it would not lead to an endorsement on their Professional Educator License at the completion of their program, though it may be applied in the future to a post-degree program leading to the addition of an endorsement.