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Pacific Oaks College

Pacific Oaks College


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B.A. in Human Development - Pasadena
  • Offered at our main campus in Pasadena as well as online. Beginning as early as fall 2010 or spring 2011, classes may also be offered at convenient instructional sites in Salinas, Visalia, Sacramento, Porterville, Santa Cruz, and Chico.
  • Specializations offered in development education, early childhood education, human development and social change, infant/toddler development, and therapeutic companion (offered in Pasadena and online).
  • Designed as a part-time program typically extending over two years. May be possible to complete in as little as one calendar year.
  • A part-time, "bachelor's completion" program for students who have completed some college coursework. Applicants should have at least 64 transferable semester units and may transfer in up to 94 units toward the 124 required for B.A. completion. Mature students may also qualify for our Credit for Life Experience (CLE) program, which offers the option of documenting experience-based learning for transfer credit.

    In keeping with the Pacific Oaks philosophy that every individual has a unique identity and potential, the B.A. in human development curriculum teaches students to see every child individually, as opposed to providing a one-size-fits-all curriculum. Graduates are taught to uncover what is unique about each child’s skills, background, family, and culture; what each child needs to build confidence and competence; and how best to respect and support each child’s potential and growth.

  • Students may apply for simultaneous enrollment in both the B.A. program and one of our Teacher Credentialing programs that lead to the Preliminary MSEL or Education Specialist Level 1 teaching credential in the state of California.

Program offered is a Bachelor Degree.

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