Child Development

Child Development is a program of study that prepared students for entry level employment in the field of early care and education of children. The program is designed to provide students with the skills and knowledge necessary to work effectively with young children and families.

Graduates may be employed as administrators in private preschool programs; as teachers in preschool programs,  Head Start, and Early Head Start programs; as auxiliary teachers in state pre-kindergarten programs; or as instructional assistants in public school systems.

“Free the child’s potential, and you will transform him into the world.”  
– Maria Montessori

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Program Information

Ms. Collins Trott, Instructor Dothan campus


Office: (334) 983-3521, ext. 2352

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Ms. Traci Murph, Instructor Sparks Campus


Office: (334) 687-3543, ext. 4212

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