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Early Childhood/Early Intervention Program

This program is designed to help individuals who lack specialized early intervention training and who currently work in early childhood or early intervention programs. Credits earned in this program may be transferred to the associate degree or bachelor’s degree programs in early childhood education. Prior to beginning the program sequence, students are required to complete English 1110. The program consists of the following coursework:

Early Childhood/Early Intervention Courses

ECE 1110 – Introduction to Early Childhood
ECE 2115Curriculum Planning, Ages 3-9
ECE 2160 – Health and Wellness of Young Children
ECE 2180 – Early Childhood Education Seminar
EDUC 2130 – Child, Family, and Community
EDUC 2165 – Integrating the Arts
PSYC 2190 – Child Development I
SPEC 2110 – Characteristics and Needs of Exceptional Learners
SPEC 2115 – Special Education Processes and Procedures
SPEC 2120 – Early Intervention and Transitions

Group of Elementary Pupils Outside Classroom

Credentials for Educators

Keystone College
Sickler Hall
One College Green
La Plume, PA 18440-0200
email: carolyn.crowley@keystone.edu
570-945-8472


Office Hours:
Weekdays, 8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m.

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