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Child Development

Persons following the Child Development degree concentration may seek careers in child care centers, both for-profit and non-profit; Head Start; pre-schools; parent’s day out programs; before and after school care programs; as child life specialists; child advocacy organizations and other community programs aimed at children. In addition to core courses based on early childhood development, these guidelines contain course work designed to develop skills and knowledge of the historical, social, cultural, and educational contexts of the field.

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