Mt. San Jacinto College – Child and Adolescent Development AA-T

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Required Core Courses (10 Units)

CDE 110: Child Development (3 Units)*
or CDE 110H: Honors Child Development (3 Units)

MATH 140: Introduction to Statistics (4 Units)*

PSYC 101: Introduction to Psychology (3 Units)*
or PSYC 101H: Honors Introduction to Psychology (3 Units)

List A: Select THREE courses from the following:

ANTH 102: Cultural Anthropology (3 Units)*
or ANTH 102H: Honors Cultural Anthropology (3 Units)

BIOL 100: Human Biology (4 Units)

BIOL 115: Topics in Biology (4 Units)*
or BIOL 115H: Honors Topics in Biology (4 Units)

BIOL 150: General Biology I (4 Units)
or BIOL 150H: Honors General Biology I (4 Units)

BIOL 151: General Biology II (4 Units)
or BIOL 151H: Honors General Biology II (4 Units)

CDE 101: Principles of Early Childhood Education (3 Units)*

CDE 103: Appropriate Curricula for Young Children (3 Units)

CDE 125: Child, Family and Community (3 Units)*
or CDE 125H: Honors Child, Family and Community (3 Units)

CDE 147: Observation and Assessment in Early Childhood Education (3 Units)

GEOG 101: Physical Geography (3 Units)*

GEOG 102: Cultural Geography (3 Units)

GEOG 108: World Regional Geography (3 Units)*

HIST 150: Immigration, Race and Ethnicity in U.S. History (3 Units)
or HIST 150H: Honors Immigration, Race, and Ethnicity in U.S. History (3 Units)

HS 121: Fundamentals of Healthful Living (3 Units)*

NUTR 100: Family Nutrition (3 Units)*

NUTR 101: Nutrition and Foods (3 Units)*
or NUTR 101H: Honors Nutrition and Foods (3 Units)

PSYC 103: Human Development (3 Units)*
or PSYC 103H: Honors Human Development (3 Units)

*The courses noted with an asterisk were offered online at least once at this college during 2018.

In addition to the courses listed above, complete one of the following general education patterns:

  • Option 2 – CSU General Education Breadth
  • Option 3 – IGETC – Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum

Important Note: Some of the courses listed above may require the completion of prerequisites and/or they may also satisfy general education requirements. We encourage all students to meet with a counselor, onsite or online, to create an education plan that will provide the most efficient pathway to degree completion.

The courses listed above, along with Option 2 and Option 3 may or may not be offered online every term at this college. Visit the college’s website (below) for online options in its class schedule.  If you don’t find what you need, search our online course finder to locate an equivalent online course currently available from a partner college.

Mt. San Jacinto College Website