Early Childhood Education/Human Ecology
Cloud County Community College offers transfer programs in Human Ecology in several areas. Careful planning enables students to transfer courses to a four-year college or university, which will apply toward degree requirements at the transfer institution.
It is extremely important that students take the particular courses required for their major. (For example, biology, nutrition, computer science, and Western Civilization requirements vary from major to major.) Consult the Cloud County Community College advisor for human ecology. Students majoring in human ecology should notify the transfer institution of their choice as soon as possible. At Cloud County Community College, students may take up to one-half of the hours required for the degree program at the
Transfer Programs include:
Elementary Education: Early Childhood Unified License
Family Studies and Human Services
Human Development and Family Studies: Early Childhood
Human Development and Family Studies: Family Life and
Community Services Option
Transfer Programs offer careers as:
Extension Home Economist
High School Teacher
School Lunch Director
Family Financial Counselor
Early Childhood Education Academic Department
Administered by Joan Robison, who has been with the program since 1983, the college offers Associate degrees in Early Childhood Education, with a choice of four different emphasis.