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The goal of completing your degree is to help you find your dream job and work with a sense of passion and happiness.

Many students take Coopersmith education courses as they want to continue for state licensure, go to graduate school, or work in schools or agencies under Title One which require a certain amount of early childhood credits, (depending on the state.)

  1. Analyzing Children’s Literature (ECE-304)
  2. Assessment in Early Childhood Education (ECE-310)
  3. Creative Arts in the Classroom (ECE-350)
  4. Early Childhood Curriculum (ECE-301)
  5. Family-Centered Early Education (ECE-230)
  6. Foundations of Education (EDU-501)
  7. Health and Safety in Early Childhood Education (ECE-303)
  8. Inclusion: Effective Practices for all Students (ECE-355)
  9. Introduction to Early Childhood Education (ECE-210)
  10. Literacy Development (ECE-320)
  11. Music Education (ECE-302)

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