Contact InformationEarly Childhood Department Website: Visit WebsiteContact Name: Della BegayPosition: Associate ProfessorEmail: email@example.comPhone: (505) 786-4304 Mailing AddressLower Point Road, State Hwy 371CrownpointNew Mexico87313Financial Aid DepartmentFinancial Aid Department Website: Financial Aid DepartmentContact Name: Yolanda BegayEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: (505) 786-4309 Program DetailsType of Institution: Native American CollegeCost Per Credit Hour in 2017-2018? (other fees may apply): $71.25Immigration Status Verified for Admission?: No. Also, Navajo Tech enrolls both tribal members and non-tribal members, with higher tuition for non-tribal members.Articulation: All early childhood courses are accepted at all New Mexico public institutions of higher education due to a statewide early childhood course articulation agreement. Locations Where Early Childhood Education Courses are Offered Crownpoint CampusLower Point Road, State HWY 371CrownpointNew Mexico87313 Degrees or Certificates Offered Title: Associate of Science in Early Childhood Multicultural EducationEarly Childhood Credit Hours: 30Total Credit Hours: 70 Title: Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Multicultural EducationEarly Childhood Credit Hours: 43Total Credit Hours: 120Notes: For Bachelor of Science, students choose one (1) Licensure program equaling 24 credit hours. Early Childhood Teacher Licensure: Birth to Age 4 OR Early Childhood Teacher Licensure: Birth to Age 8 Degree Plan Page: Degree Plan PageCourse Schedule Page: Course Schedule PageEarly Childhood Associate Degree Accreditation?: No, the Early Childhood Associate Degree program is not accredited by NAEYC. Navaho Tech is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of Chicago, IL. Requirements for AdmissionEarly Childhood Certificate class requirements: Same as college admission requirements Early Childhood Degree program requirements: Same as college admission requirements. Student teachers must have fingerprinting, background checks, CPR/First Aid Training, and Food-handling Training. College Admission requirements: High school diploma or GED. Students must submit an application for admission and for financial aid, as well as placement tests. Early Childhood Program Status Average # EC courses offered each term: 4Average # EC courses offered online each term: 0Average # EC courses offered in summer term: 0Average # EC courses offered in Spanish each term: 0Average # EC courses offered each term (not summer) in the evening: 0Average # EC courses offered each term (not summer) on Saturdays: 0Number of T.E.A.C.H. Early Childhood® Scholarships in FY 2017-2018?: 0Average # of Early Childhood Students per Advisor?: 51Articulation credit for the national Child Development Associate (CDA) Credential?: All Early Childhood courses count as training towards the national CDA credential. The NM Child Development Certificate (CDC) is recognized in NM as a CDA equivalent.