The Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Studies degree completion program is for people who are currently or desire to be employed in the early childhood field (Head Start, preschools, daycare, etc.) and is designed to help prepare students for leadership roles. The curriculum focuses on growth and development of young children, the influence of family dynamics, and education patterns of young children. Leadership, reporting and legal issues are also explored. This program does not qualify for state teacher certification. In order to be admitted in this program, you must have completed an A.A.S in early childhood.
Comprised of a versatile curriculum that builds upon previously completed course work in specialized or technical fields and specifically focuses on building the qualitative skills necessary for various leadership roles within small or large organizations.
This program will help develop skills desired by employers through exploration of leadership, management, and communication theories while developing analytical thinking skills and writing proficiency.
Designed for adult students pursuing a career in a mental health field. Most students who complete this program will choose to continue on to graduate school for further training toward licensure as a psychologist, psychotherapist, professional counselor, or social worker. Although this program meets the preparatory needs of most graduate schools, you should consult the graduate school of our choice for specific requirements. The Psychology program is a unique blending of psychology and counseling courses presented from a moral viewpoint with emphasis on the Christian perspective.
The Bachelor of Science in Mass Communication is offered to Mott graduates who have completed the A.A.S. in Broadcasting, Graphic Design or Media Arts & Entertainment Technology. The curriculum is designed to help students expand their understanding of communication and develop essential skills needed to succeed and advance within the media industry.