(For students completing Early Childhood Education AA-T degree)
Students who have completed the approved Early Childhood Education AA-T Transfer Degree program are eligible to graduate in 60 units. The exact pathway to complete the major will also depend on the specific AA-T curriculum. The CI Early Childhood Studies major has been modified to ensure AA-T students graduate within 60 units. As a result, it is imperative that students meet with an academic advisor for assistance with following the Transfer Model Curriculum (TMC).
Students electing to add an additional degree objective, such as a second major or minor, will not be guaranteed graduation within 60 units.
Additional Lower Division A-E (GE) Requirements not met within major; MATH 207 recommended to meet GE Area B3 for students not pursuing a Multiple Subject or Special Education Credential. MATH 207 will be more focused on mathematical concepts relevant to teaching young learners.
Nine units of Upper Division Interdisciplinary GE (UDIGE) courses, numbered 330-349 and 430-449. Six units may be within major, three units must be outside major (C or better grades)
Multicultural Requirement (C or better grade)
Language Requirement (C or better grade)
American Institutions Requirement
Free electives as needed to meet minimum units for graduation