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Program Description:
This curriculum is designed to meet the requirements for the REWARD Oklahoma Supplement Scale. Courses are designed to prepare
students for positions in before and after school services, youth groups, and summer programs. Students who achieve a grade of “C” or better in the Youth Development courses may apply the credits toward any TCC Child Development Associate in Applied Science degree as controlled electives. To complete the Certificate of Mastery, students must also take Composition I.

NOTE: Employment in child care requires CPR Certification. Students may meet this requirement by taking PHED 2212.

Degree Awarded: Certificate of Achievement

For More Information Contact:
Liberal Arts Division, Child Development Academic Program,
West Campus: (918) 595-8079

Child Development 19 hours
CHLD 1802 Youth Development: Establishing the Environment
CHLD 1812 Youth Development: Mission and Procedures
CHLD 1822 Youth Development: Emotional Development and Guidance
CHLD 1833 Youth Development: Professional Management
CHLD 1841 Youth Development: Educational Support
CHLD 1842 Youth Development: Professional Development and Program Recognition
CHLD 1851 Youth Development: Developing Community
*CHLD 1863 Youth Development: Program Quality and Risk Management
and select one course from the following:
CHLD 2003 Child Development in the Lifespan
CHLD 2023 Child Development and Parenting
*CHLD 2103 Child Guidance
CHLD 2113 Introduction to Child Care Management
CHLD 2133 Middle Childhood Foundations
CHLD 2213 Children with Special Needs
CHLD 2413 Professionalism & Leadership in Early Care & Education

English 3 hours
*ENGL 1113 Composition I

Total Credit Hours: 22
*Course has prerequisite (See course description section of catalog).

General education requirements can be found at: