Child Development , Associate's Degree
The Child Development is a discipline that works to understand the physical, emotional, social, and intellectual development of children from early childhood. People working in this field help take necessary measures for a child's learning, growth, and change throughout their life. Child development encompasses every stage of a child's development. The Child Development department is an academic field focused on studying the developmental and behavioral structures of children. This field is based on the study of children's environmental interactions, learning and behavior, developmental processes, and childhood issues. Professionals in this field are tasked with providing the necessary support for children to grow and develop in a healthy manner.
Graduates of the Child Development Program may continue their education in the following undergraduate programs with the Vertical Transfer Examination (DGS).
Students are required to complete 120 ECTS credits and achieve a minimum grade of 60 out of 100 in order to graduate.
Child development graduates generally prefer to work in child care and education. They work as educational assistants in public or private preschool education institutions. Additionally, they can work in healthcare facilities, child care centers, institutions for children with special needs, institutions affiliated with social services, child clinics, and child clubs.
Admission to the program is based on the entrance exam conducted by ÖSYM (Student Selection and Placement Center) score, depending on the quota, and ranking.
The education period for the Associate's Degree Programme in Child Development is 2 years. The language of instruction is Turkish.
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