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Child Development Bachelor's Degree with an Infant/Toddler Specialization

The Child Development bachelor's degree with an Infant/Toddler specialization from Walden University examines the foundations of development and the importance of relationships to the social and emotional well-being of infants and toddlers, as well as quality relationships and environments that foster growth in all developmental domains—social and emotional, cognitive/linguistic, and physical. 

The Child Development bachelor's degree with an Infant/Toddler specialization courses are based on the standards of the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC). These standards are critical indicators of quality in early childhood care and education and their inclusion reflects the integrity of the Walden University learning experience as well as its relevancy in an educational setting.

Courses in the Infant/Toddler concentration focus on:

  • Professionalism and advocacy in early care and education
  • The foundations of infant/toddler development and the integral role of the infant/toddler caregiver and family in children’s growth
  • Promoting healthy infant/toddler growth
  • Forming respectful partnerships with families across a range of cultures
  • Developing high-quality programs and environments that are child-centered, family friendly, culturally responsive, and developmentally appropriate

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Degree Category: Education & Teaching > Early Childhood Education > Bachelors
Degree Subject: Early Childhood Education Degree
Degree Level: Bachelor's