Attend an Information Session and Service Night to Learn More About the Developmental Disabilities Technology Certificate

Developmental Disabilities Technology Certificate with Specialization in Children with Exceptionalities invites you to participate in an Information Session and Service Night on Monday, October 17, from  6:30-8:30 p.m. on the Harris Campus, Building 1, Room 1222, located at 3210 CPCC Harris Campus Drive, 28208.

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Developmental Disabilities Technology Certificate with a Specialization in Children with Exceptionalities (C4538A-C4)

This certificate is designed to provide the student with a concentrated, collaborative course of study in Developmental Disabilities and Early Childhood Education. Coursework provides education, training and support for individuals who work with children with exceptionalities and their families. Students will gain basic knowledge of typical and atypical development, assessment, and integration of children with exceptionalities into the early childhood setting. Students who earn this certificate will have the preparation necessary for employment in schools, childcare centers and at agencies that support children with disabilities from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.

Major Requirements

Course Name

Credit Hours

DDT 110

Developmental Disabilities

3.0

DDT 120

Teaching Developmental Disabled

3.0

DDT 220

Program Planning Process

3.0

EDU 131

Child, Family, and Community

3.0

EDU 188

Issues in Early Child Ed

2.0

EDU 288

Advanced Issues/Early Child Ed

2.0

Total Credits

 

16

Attend an Upcoming Certificate Interest Meeting

New for Fall 2016: 

Certificate in Developmental Disabilities with a Specialization in Children with Exceptionalities (C4538A-C4)

Please join us if you are interested in learning about this exciting new certificate.  Combining the tools from Developmental Disabilities, Early Childhood Education and Occupational Therapy Assistant departments, this program will help increase your confidence, knowledge and awareness and prepare you to work with children with exceptionalities in schools or community settings.

  • Tuesday, April 19, 2016; 5:30-6:30 p.m. at Central Campus, Belk, Room 1116
  • Wednesday, April 20, 2016; 5:30-6:30 p.m. at Harris Campus, Building 1, Room 1221