Education Classroom 503
Jason Baker, Katherine Bono, Ioakim Boutakidis, Nathalie Carrick, Guadalupe Espinoza, Rachel Fenning, Leslie Grier, Diana Wright Guerin, Janna Kim, Kari Knutson Miller, Pamella Oliver, Claudia Pineda, Diana Robles, James Rodriguez, Sharon Seidman, Sharon Willmer, Shelli Wynants, Shu-Chen Yen
The Bachelor of Science in Child and Adolescent Development (CHAD) is designed to provide students with empirically derived knowledge about bio-physical, socio-emotional and cognitive developmental milestones from conception through adolescence; individual and cultural differences; and common variations in development. Students develop critical thinking, writing and oral presentation skills in preparation to be professionals working with children and families. Our curriculum provides broad undergraduate preparation for students interested in early care and education, elementary education, special education and a variety of youth-related social service careers, as well as graduate study in disciplines such as child development, counseling, developmental psychology and social work.
Student Learning Outcomes
Academic advisement is provided at both the Fullerton and Irvine campuses through regularly scheduled Overview of the Major sessions and individual student advising appointments. During their first semester as a major, students are required to attend an Overview of the Major session and are expected to consult with a department adviser to develop an academic plan to ensure efficient progress towards graduation. Consult the department website for a schedule of Overview of the Major sessions and available individual advisement appointments.
Programs and Courses Offered
ProgramsBachelor of ScienceNon-Degree
CoursesChild and Adolescent Studies
Courses are designated as CAS in the Class Schedule.