Contact a Pensacola State College Advisor or this program's Department Head or Program Contact for assistance in planning your program of study.
The Florida Child Care Professional Credential, Birth to Age 5, is awarded through The Florida Department of Children and Families (DCF). It is a 12 college credit program designed to equip students with the knowledge and skills necessary to provide quality childcare programs. The completion of these courses coupled with 480 hours of observation or work experience with children birth through 5 qualifies the student for the FCCPC. Additionally these courses can be transferred into Early Childhood Technical Certificate programs, AS or AA Early Childhood degrees. Contact the program coordinator for additional information and assistance with your FCCPC application.
|DEP 2001||Child Development||3 cc|
|EEC 1100||Introduction to Early Childhood||3 cc|
|EEC 2521||Childcare Management||3 cc|
|EEC 2940C||Early Childhood Practicum||3 cc|