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Lake Region State College

Program goals are as follows:

To provide learning experiences for

development of work skills, including

behaviors, attitudes, and values

necessary for entry-level employment

To provide information about the

principles of growth and development

To provide exploration of careers

To provide an opportunity to develop

skills in areas of literature, art, music,

language, science, and math

To provide information about the

importance of health and safety

To provide opportunities to practice

guiding the behavior of children

To provide students with the

opportunity to use the knowledge and

skills acquired in a work experience

setting

To integrate communication skills

necessary for positive relationships with

children, parents, and co-workers

To integrate appropriate skills

associated with operating a child care

facility

Certificate

A total of 30 credits and a 2.0 GPA are

required for certification in this program.

Students may also earn an Associate in

Applied Science Degree in Early Childhood

Education.

First Semester

HPER 210

2

EC 233

5

EC 210 or EC 220

4

Program Electives*

4

Second Semester

EC 222

3

EC 236

3

EC 297

5

Program Electives*

4

Academic Information

*Program Elective Choices are: EDUC 250,

EDUC 298, NUTR 240, PSYC 111, PSYC 250

or SOC 220.

Associate in Applied Science

EC 210

4

EC 220

4

EC 222

3

EC 233

5

EC 236

3

EC 297

5

EDUC 250

2

EDUC 290

3

EDUC 298

1

ENGL 110

3

ENGL 120

3

HPER 205

2

HPER 210

2

PSYC 111

3

PSYC 250

3

SOC 220

3

NUTR 240

3

Humanities Gen Ed Electives*

5

MATH/SCNC/CIS Gen Ed Electives

3

*ART OR MUSC approved by advisor

Note: EC 210, EC 220, EDUC 290 and

HPER 205 are taught alternate years.

Fitness Trainer Technician

The Fitness Trainer Technician program

provides the training required to work

as a personal trainer. This program is

available online to maximize access and

flexibility for students. The program

offers marketable skills for employment

opportunities and foundation courses

and general education course work

for transfer and articulation into

baccalaureate program.

The program is designed to meet the

following objectives:

Promote recreational fitness and health

activities in the community

Assess fitness levels through evaluating,

recommending and monitoring client

exercise programs