See the courses that are part of your high school program of study or career academy such as:
8405100 Early Childhood Education
8909000 Teacher Assisting
Many of these courses provide the opportunity to earn industry certifications while in your high school program that can then be used to receive college credit. Visit your high school career specialist/career coach for specific information.
Clay County School District
Putnam County School District
St. Johns County School District
View the SJR State College degrees and certificates in this pathway:
College Credit Certificates:
Educator Preparation Institute (EPI)
Associate in Arts
Admission requires completion of an Associate Degree.
Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Education
View transfer agreements providing seamless transition to the University of North Florida and Embry-Riddle University.
The agreements align the Associate in Arts degree with many of their Bachelor’s programs.
Are you undecided? View the career and program opportunities in this pathway in Career Coach.
The Dual Enrollment program requires you to meet specific eligibility requirements. Visit the Dual Enrollment page and speak with your School Counselor at your local High School.
St. Johns River State College recommends that you choose dual enrollment classes from the list below because these courses are required for graduation from the College programs in this pathway. Some dual enrollment courses listed below are available at your high school location and some courses listed are only taught at the College campus. When making your course selections, see your high school program of study and speak with your School Counselor about high school graduation requirements. Make sure that any additional dual enrollment courses you select can be applied to your College degree program by speaking with a St. Johns River State College Advisor.
SJR State Academic Advisors are available to assist students with understanding these requirements. For additional general education courses, view the A.A. Degree curriculum.) Refer to the Florida common prerequisite manual for the courses required to transfer to a University for a specific major in this pathway:
|EDF 2005||Introduction to the Teaching Profession||3 credits|
|EDF 2085||Introduction to Diversity for Teachers||3 credits|
|EME 2040||Introduction to Technology for Teachers||3 credits|
|ENC 1101||English Composition I||3 credits|
|General Education Mathematics||3 credits|
|General Education Humanities||3 credits|
|PSY 2012||General Psychology||3 credits|
Articulations allow students to receive college credit for industry certifications. Industry certifications must be current within 3 years of enrollment in the related program. For the credit to be awarded, students need to give a printed copy of the certification to Teacher Education. Call (386) 312-4242 to schedule an appointment.
|Certification:||Florida Child Care Professional Credential (FCCPC) OR|
|Certification:||Child Development Associate (CDA)|
|Credits Awarded:||CHD 1220 Child Development for Teachers Of Young Children||3 credits|
|EEC 1001 Introduction to Early Childhood Education||3 credits|
|EEC 2401 Home and Community||3 credits|