Child Development Academic Programs
Child Development TCC West Campus 7505 W. 41 St. Tulsa, OK 74107
The Child Development Program can be reached at the West Campus Liberal Arts Division office at 918.595.8079
The Child Development Academic program at Tulsa Community College is accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children Associate Degree program.
The Child Development programs will prepare students for a variety of careers working with young children and their families. Whether students choose to pursue an Associate of Science degree (AS), Associate of Applied Science degree (AAS) or Certificate program, they will receive the skills and knowledge necessary to achieve their child development career goals. (See links for plans of study)
Completion of the Associate of Science degree prepares graduates for jobs such as Early Head Start and Head Start teacher assistant, preschool teacher assistant, parent educator, family support professional, child care center administrator and state agency employee. The Associate of Science degree will transfer to four year institutions for students who wish to obtain a bachelor's degree and/or Oklahoma teacher certification
For a complete listing of Child Development certificates of achievement and degree options view the TCC Catalog.
Child Development Faculty
Kymberly Daniels, B.S.,M.Ed., Assistant Professor
Deborah Deibert, B.S., M.S., Assistant Professor
Belinda McGee, B.S., M.S., Assistant Professor
Dawn Parton, B.S., M.S., Associate Professor
Kay Shelton Child Development Office Assistant
Child Development Scholarships
Two scholarship programs are available for students who want to pursue careers in Child Development fields. If you are interested in the care and education of infants and toddlers view more information here for Bridging the Gap Scholarship information. If you are an early care and education teacher already working in the field, view more information here for the Scholars scholarship program.
Ashley Watkins, M.E., Scholar for Excellence, Scholar Cordinator
Scholar's Program Regents Office: 405-225-9397
Child Development Center
Tulsa Community College- West Campus is home to a National Association for the Education of Young Children accredited child development center and lab school. The purpose of the CDC is to provide community children with nurturing, developmentally appropriate, hands-on learning in the context of a full day, year-round program with low teacher-child ratios. The Center is committed to excellence in instruction and serves as a laboratory model for child development and early childhood education programs. Learn more about the CDC here.