Course: EPC 639C. Fieldwork in Early Childhood (3)
Prerequisites: EPC 430; Formal admittance into the master’s program in Early Childhood Educational Psychology. Supervised fieldwork in a variety of early childhood and parent-child settings. Students are required to spend 20 hours in fieldwork per academic unit (e.g., 3 units requires 60 hours of fieldwork) and in a 2-hour weekly seminar with their fieldwork professor. Usually, students will enroll in this course for 3 units during their second semester, requiring work directly with young children. Successful completion of this course with a grade of “B” or better within the first two semesters of admittance to the master’s program is required for the students to be fully classified in the master’s program in Early Childhood Educational Psychology.