Post University's B.S. in Child Studies degree program provides students will the opportunity to learn appropriate skills and techniques to support the development of children ages birth through 8 years-old.
Students who attain a B.S. in Child Studies from Post University can expect to have achieved the outcomes listed below.
CORE B.S. IN CHILD STUDIES OUTCOMES
- Students will apply developmental knowledge to create healthy, respectful, supportive and challenging learning environments that are reflective of the multiple influences on early development and learning.
- Students will apply their knowledge and understanding of family, culture and community characteristics when building effective relationships with families and children.
- Students will observe and document children’s learning using appropriate assessment tools and approaches while forming assessment partnerships with families and other professionals.
- Students will construct and implement an engaging curriculum that is meaningful, challenging and achievable to all children both as a group and as individuals.
- Students will demonstrate ethical guidelines (NAEYC’s Code of Ethical Conduct and Statement of Commitment) and other professional standards related to early childhood practice.
- Students will demonstrate knowledgeable, reflective, and critical perspectives on their work making informed decisions that integrate knowledge from a variety of sources.
- Students will develop a professional commitment to children, families, colleagues and the early childhood community.
- Students will communicate effectively and professionally both orally and through writing.