The purpose of the program at Cisco College is to produce knowledgeable and competent professionals who are able to work effectively with children from birth to 8-years of age and their families through various roles in early childhood educational settings. The program is designed to provide training for caregivers or administrators in public and private schools, federal agencies, medical facilities, child care agencies and community agencies that requires trained professionals who understand the growth, development and needs of children.
Online & Hybrid Classes
Cisco College offers Hybrid classes for students with busy schedules. Students can take five classes per semester and attend classes on campus only one night a week. The Child Development program offers three classes per semester as hybrid classes. These classes are offered from:
- 5:00 PM to 6:25 PM
- 6:30 PM to 7:55 PM
- 8:00 PM to 9:30 PM
These classes take place on Monday and Tuesday nights and require online assignments.
The Child Development program also offers three online courses per semester. In the online course, all work is completed via the internet. Cisco College offers a tutoring center for support.
Contact Debra Slaton or Amy Callan for more information.
Degrees & Certifications Offered
See the Cisco College Catalog for course listings.
- Teaching Administration
- Family & Consumer Science
- Case Management
Child Development & Early Childhood