27 credit hours.
The Illinois Gateway Infant Toddler Level Four Credential is designed to support specialization in infant and toddler development and programming as well as movement through the state of Illinois Career Lattice. Level Four Credential specifically support transfer to four-year programs and attainment of the Level Five Credential, as well as direct entry into the field.
Completion of Associate Degree (AA, AS, or AAS in Early Childhood Education).
|Course||Course Name||Credit Hours|
|CHLD 101||Introduction to Early Childhood Education||3|
|CHLD 102||Growth and Development of the Young Child||3|
|CHLD 105||Curriculum for Early Childhood Programs||3|
|CHLD 109||Observation and Assessment of Young Children||3|
|CHLD 201||Child Development Practicum I||3|
|CHLD 202||Health, Safety and Nutrition for the Young Child||3|
|CHLD 204||Infant & Toddler Care||3|
|CHLD 206||Child Development Practicum II||3|
|CHLD 209||Child, Family and Community||3|
By completing this certificate you may apply for employment as a child care worker (SOC code 39-9011.00), and nanny (SOC code 39-9011.01). The total program cost for completing this certificate is $3537 for tuition and fees and $855 for books and supplies.
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