EDUC 372 Contemporary Issues in Childhood Studies




This course is designed to introduce contemporary issues in the broader field of childhood studies in order to expose students to current developments in the field. International, national and local aspects of childhood policy, practice, professionalism, and government initiatives will be considered. There will be an in-depth examination of a range of current political, social, professional and community issues relevant to the topic selected for this 300-level course.


45 credits of 100-level or higher coursework; and ENGL 100 as a pre- or co-requisite

Course Outlines

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