Early Childhood Development

Degrees Offered

As of Fall 2013

Bachelor of Arts in Human Development and Family Studies (Option-Early Childhood) (PDF)

 Prior to Fall 2013

 Bachelor of Arts in Human Development and Family Studies (Option: Early Childhood) (PDF)

Department

Behavioral Sciences

Faculty and Staff

Coordinator: Elsa Weber, Ph.D., University of Illinois at Chicago [Email]

Tamra Bottomlee, M.Ed., Erikson Institute
Sue O’Drobinak, B.A., Purdue University
Patricia Rodda, M.S., Ed., Erikson Institute

Courses

Courses offered by our faculty and staff provide knowledge and training in the areas of child development, administration, curriculum design, classroom teaching, and early childhood social knowledge.

 

Please join us on April 16, 2014 for an early childhood professional development series “Mental Health America of Lake County: Working with Families” – Flyer (pdf)

 

Facility

Charlotte R. Riley Child Center

Charlotte R. Riley Child Center

Located on the Purdue Calumet Campus, the Charlotte R. Riley Child Center is a facility for early childhood students to enhance their skills in child development and teaching strategies.