Victor Valley College Degrees and Certificates


Discipline Category:


130000 -- Family and Consumer Sciences
Instructional programs that study the relationship between the physical, social, emotional and intellectual environment in and of the home and family and the development of individuals, including programs in child development, family studies, gerontology, fashion, interior design and merchandising, consumer services, foods and nutrition, culinary arts, and hospitality.

DEGREES:

Child Development/Early Care and Education
Child Development

Intellectual, psychosocial, and physical development of children. Principles and practices in the care and education of children.
Units needed for degree: 18 units

Restaurant and Food Services and Management
Restaurant & Food Service Management

Management and supervision of food and beverage service operations. Includes server and bartender training.
Units needed for degree: 48 units



CERTIFICATES:

Child Development/Early Care and Education
Childhood Ed. Level II: Teacher

Intellectual, psychosocial, and physical development of children. Principles and practices in the care and education of children.
Units needed for certificate: 46 units

Child Development/Early Care and Education
Early Childhood Ed. Level I: Associate Teacher

Intellectual, psychosocial, and physical development of children. Principles and practices in the care and education of children.
Units needed for certificate: 21 units

Child Development Administration and Management
Early Childhhood Ed. Level III: Supervisor

Principles and practices of managing all programs in child development, and early care and education.
Units needed for certificate: 60 units

Restaurant and Food Services and Management
Restaurant & Food Services Management

Management and supervision of food and beverage service operations. Includes server and bartender training.
Units needed for certificate: 48 units


Important Note: The information contained within this application is derived from the California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office databases managed by Academic Affairs. It is a compilation of the Taxonomy of Programs, 6th Edition and a compiled list of system-approved academic programs for each college. This information presented is for planning purposes only. We strongly recommend you contact the community colleges and discuss the details for their academic offerings.