NMCC - Early Childhood Education
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Learn more about the Early Childhood Education program.

Northern Maine Community College currently offers transition agreements in the following major and related courses:

COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS

CIS 107  Introduction to Computer Applications

Credit for CIS 107 is available through either dual or articulated credit. This course is a required course for students enrolled in the following NMCC programs of study:

Accounting Information Systems
Business Administration
Early Childhood Education

Students must be enrolled in the appropriate secondary program, meet all competencies, and complete a qualifying examination. For more information about completing the process, contact the director or instructor at the secondary school or the On Course for College coordinator at NMCC.

CIS 107 course description

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION

ECE 101  Healthy Learning Environments for Children

Credit for ECE 101 is available through either dual or articulated credit. In general, students must be enrolled in the secondary ECE program, meet all competencies, and complete a qualifying portfolio. For more information about completing the process, contact the director or instructor at the secondary school or the On Course for College coordinator at NMCC.

ECE 101 course description

ECE 105  Advancing Intellectual & Social Development in the Young Child

Credit for ECE 105 is available through either dual or articulated credit. In general, students must be enrolled in the secondary ECE program, meet all competencies, and complete a qualifying portfolio. For more information about completing the process, contact the director or instructor at the secondary school or the On Course for College coordinator at NMCC.

ECE 105 course description

ECE 191  Field Experience in Early Childhood Education

Credit for ECE 191 is available through either dual or articulated credit. In general, students must be enrolled in the secondary ECE program, meet all competencies including documenting 90 clock hours in an early childhood setting, and complete a qualifying portfolio. For more information about completing the process, contact the director or instructor at the secondary school or the On Course for College coordinator at NMCC.

ECE 191 course description

Please note: opportunity to receive advanced standing in a given program is dependent upon the student:  
1. Enrolling in a participating secondary program, and
2. Completing the required elements of the agreement.
 


"What should I take in high school?"

Proper academic and career preparation is essential to success. Different programs require and/or recommend different high school course work.  We've developed model programs of study to help guide your planning and courses.  Remember:   these are just models; interested students should review this model with a guidance counselor or advisor and modify to suit individual needs.


Download a model high school/college program of study:

Early Childhood Education - Presque Isle CRTCdownloads: 79 | type: pdf | size: 42 kB

Early Childhood Education - Region Two - SAVEdownloads: 62 | type: pdf | size: 41 kB

Early Childhood Education - St. John Valley Techdownloads: 61 | type: pdf | size: 40 kB


For more information about agreements, contact:
Elizabeth M. Crawford
On Course for College Coordinator
207.768.2771 or 207.768.2770
ecrawford(at)nmcc(dot)edu

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Please Note:


All applicants for ECE must undergo a background check and must be compliant with Maine state laws as well as Maine Community College System and NMCC policies regarding immunization and health testing.  Participating CTE sites have additional information to assist students in this process.

 
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