The A.S. Degree in Child and Family Studies at County College of Morris (CCM) is an interdisciplinary option for those curious about teaching, and interested in other related careers. Graduates can transfer to pursue a variety of B.A. Programs such as Education, Childhood Studies, Human Development, Social Work, and Counseling. The Child and Family Studies curriculum provides a strong foundation for those directly entering the workforce as well as students pursuing further education.
The interdisciplinary nature of this degree ensures that candidates develop theoretical and practical knowledge in areas such as child development, family studies, humanities, mathematics, technology, social sciences, biological sciences, the arts, and multicultural/global perspectives.
County College of Morris Child and Family Studies Program provides outstanding instruction and experiential learning to prepare students for advanced study and child-related careers in a diverse and changing world.
The curriculum is aligned with state and national standards and blends academic and professional preparation in a wide variety of courses. Courses are interactive with small class size, and offer face-to-face, evening, hybrid, and online options.
- Public/Private School Teacher
- Childcare Teacher
- Substitute Teacher
- Child Life Specialist
- Child Advocate
- Guidance Counselor
- Head Start Family Worker
- Case Manager
- Early Intervention Service Coordinator
- Social Worker
- Behavior Analyst
- Therapeutic Support Staff
- Parent Educator
- Pediatric Medical/Allied Health Specialist
The Child and Family Studies Program has excellent
transfer agreements with many four-year colleges.
Students frequently transfer to:
- Montclair State University
- William Paterson University
- Kean University
- Rutgers University
- Centenary University
- Ramapo College
- Drew University
- Ramapo University
- Rider University
Psychology and Education Department
DeMare Hall Room 300