Walden is not currently accepting new students in the BS in Child Development program.
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In our bachelor’s in child development program, you’ll discover how to identify important milestones for children from birth through age 19 and create effective learning environments that promote healthy development. You’ll learn how to observe and assess children and create interventions appropriate to age and developmental level, while also examining the importance of advocacy for children of all ages and the complexities of working with families to promote children’s mental and physical well-being.
Whether you plan to work with young children or adolescents, our early childhood development degree program can prepare you to facilitate their success during a pivotal time of discovery, learning, and growth. Explore the roles and responsibilities of the preschool professional, including ways to foster and engage learning. Gain insights that help you improve attitudes toward learning, understand and manage the emotions of children and adolescents, and help adolescents develop their self-esteem.
Graduates of this program will be prepared to:
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