ECE 379 Administration of Early Childhood Programs
3 credit hours
This course prepares candidates for organizing and operating a high-quality early childhood program that serves children and families from birth through kindergarten.
This course will examine theory and current best practices on communicate and relationship building skills; licensing regulations, child advocacy, accreditation as well as using and understanding the financial health of a childcare/school operation.
This course will also delve into the development of mission and vision statements, policy and procedure development that facilities create.
Prerequisite: ECE 300 Emergent Literacy: Birth to 8 years and ECE 325 Math Methods for Young Children and ECE 350 Science and Technology for Young Children and ECE 360 Social Studies Methods for Young Children and ECE 380 Child Development Practicum I or By Permission
Course is Offered: WI Every Year
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