Childhood Development & Family Relations
With our Childhood Development and Family Relations associate degree, you will learn how to make a positive change in the lives of children, families, and communities. Lay the foundation for your bachelor’s degree with courses that can transfer to a four-year university after graduation. With an associate degree, you will be eligible for a career as a childcare professional in a licensed childcare center, a teaching assistant in a public school or a teacher in an early childhood education program.
Associate of Science
About $9,452 total in tuition and fees.
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After Nashville State
Design the Child Development and Family Relations A.S. degree at Nashville State with the transfer university program of your choice in mind. Consult your Nashville State program advisor and the catalog from the transfer university throughout the advising/registration process to avoid a loss of credits in the transfer process.
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Campus Availability: Courses for this degree are available at a variety of campus locations and online. To check current course offerings check class schedule.
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Student Tennessee Education Association (STEA) offers opportunities to be a part of the National Education Association, the largest professional teacher organization in the United States. Participate and meet other prospective teachers, subscribe to professional journals, and stay informed on today's foremost topics in education.
Join these organizations and training programs to get involved with professional resources and further your grasp on current issues in education
- NAEYC-National Association for the Education of Young Children
- TECTA-Tennessee Early Childhood Training Alliance
- The National Center for Pyramid Model Innovations
- TEA-Tennessee Education Association
- Tennessee State Department of Education
- Nashville Area Association for the Education of Young Children
- Tennessee Association for Children’s Early Education