FACT SHEET immunizations.pdf
Effective September 1, 2016, all adults employed or volunteering over the age of eighteen will be required to have MMR, TDAP, and Influenza immunizations in order to provide care and supervision to childrem in group care. These immunizations will be required for all students taking ECE 7, ECE 8, ECE 20, ECE 60, and ECE 94 beginning in the Fall 2016 semester. Please see your healthcare provider or call Public Health in your area to obtain these immunizations. 

Early Childhood Education Instructional

The Program 
The Early Childhood Education (ECE) Program prepares students to become teachers and directors in programs for young children. The college courses focus on training for careers in programs including preschool education, child care centers, school-age child care, infant care, and family child care.

Associate in Science Degree 
The program includes courses required for working in both private and publicly-funded children’s programs. 
Completion of the recommended sequence of courses leading to an Associate in Science Degree, plus additional work experience, qualifies the student to apply for the Child Development Teacher Permit, issued by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing.

ECE Certificate.pdfECE Certificate

ECE AS Degree.pdfECE AS Degree

ECE AS-T Degree-rev 4-16.pdfECE AS-T Degree      ​