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The National Hispanic University, Cañada College partner to offer child development program
June 19, 2013, 05:00 AM

Starting this fall, the National Hispanic University’s bachelor of arts in child development program will be offered at Cañada College in Redwood City.

The partnership expands access to a four-year degree completion for early childhood professionals who are looking to strengthen their knowledge base and skills while continuing their important work in the field.

The partnership will allow students from Cañada College who are near graduation or have completed their associates degree in science in early childhood education the opportunity to enroll in NHU’s bachelor’s in child development program and complete their degree on Cañada’s campus.

Students can choose from a variety of concentrations, including early biliteracy development, early intervention, school-age and a dual concentration in early intervention and early biliteracy development, which are designed to prepare today’s early childhood education professionals for emerging opportunities in the field.

 

 

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