Working with Families, Career Pathway Certificate

Students just entering the field of early childhood or those who would like to focus on credit classes related to working with families of young children can earn a Working with Families Career Pathway Certificate by completing 12 credit hours of the Associate of Applied Science degree in Early Childhood Education.

Students who successfully complete all Working with Families, Career Pathway Certificate requirements will be able to:

  • Recognize unique strengths and needs of diverse families.
  • Analyze current social issues that impact faculty development.

Program Course Requirements

Required Courses

ANTH 110Introduction to Cultural Anthropology


ED 219Social Justice, Civil Rights & Multiculturalism in Education


HDFS 201Contemporary Families in The U.S.


HDFS 261Working with Individuals and Families


Total Credit Hours: 12