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University of the District of Columbia

Name of College:

University of the District of Columbia

Mailing Address of College:

4200 Connecticut Avenue, NW

Washington, DC 20008

Phone Number of Early Childhood Department:

202-274-5875

Fax Number of Early Childhood Department:

N/A

Phone Number of Financial Aid Office:

202-274-5060

College Website:

udc.edu

Early Childhood Associate Degree Accreditation?

 

Key Contact in Early Childhood Department:

Anika Burton (Master’s Program)

(202) 274-6172

anika.burton@udc.edu

 

Carolene E. Charles

Assistant Professor

P.  202.274.5367

ccharles@udc.edu

 

Kunhee Lee

Kunhee.lee@udc.edu

 

Dr. Janet Burton  (202) 274-7404

Direct ext. (202) 274-5719

jburton@udc.edu


 

Description of Certificate, Diploma and/or Degree Offered

Early Childhood Credit Hours

Total Credit Hours

Early Childhood Education (BA)

N/A

126

Early Childhood Education (MA)

N/A

35

 

Early Childhood Program Information

Requirements for admission to early childhood (EC) degree program. Include admission requirements

High School Diploma, GED or equivalent Earned a 2.5 high school GPA and a 1200 SAT or 19 ACT Score

Applicants who do not meet the above requirements are still eligible for admission to the Flagship (BA Program) if they achieve minimum scores on the ACCUPLACER examination subtests as follows:

  • English Score 86
  • Mathematics Score 85
  • Reading Score 78

# total T.E.A.C.H. Early Childhood® BA Scholarships in Fiscal Year (FY) 17

1

4-Year Schools with Whom E.C. Articulation Agreements Are in Place?

N/A

Articulation Credit for the CDA Credential?

Yes

Average # of Courses Offered in Spanish Each Term?

N/A N/A

Average # of E.C. Courses Offered Each Term?

Varies by term Varies by semester

Average # of E.C. Courses Offered in Summer Term?

Varies by year Varies by year

Average # of E.C. Courses Offered Online Each Term?

Varies by term Varies by semester

Average # of E.C. Courses Offered Per Term (not Summer) at Night?

Varies by term Varies by term

Average # of E.C. Courses Offered Per Term (not Summer) on Saturday?

Varies by term Varies by term

Average # of E.C. Students Per Advisor?

N/A N/A

Earmarked Courses for the CDA Credential?

Yes

Tuition cost per credit hour offered for on-campus, seated courses in FY_____17/18__

SY 18/19: Begins August 20, 2018

Per Credit Hour (1) $108.00 DC Residents
Per Credit Hour (1) $182.00 Metro-Area Residents
Per Credit Hour (1) $307.00 Non-Residents
Fees for on-campus, seated courses in FY__17/18_____ Fee Per Credit Hours (1) $430.00 DC Residents
Fee Per Credit Hour (1) $430.00 Metro-Area Residents
Fee Per Credit Hour (1) $430.00 Non-Residents
Provide link or text which describes student degree transfer policy (from
2-year institutions to this university)
Transfer Applicants are eligible for admission to the Community College as long as they are not currently on academic probation or suspension at a post-secondary institution.
·        Earned 30 college credit or more and have an aggregate GPA of 2.0 or higher or
·        Earned less than 30 college credits and earned a H.S. GPA of 2.5 or higher
 
Transfer students who are taking college courses during their semester of application such that they will have earned 30 credits and who aggregate GPA on credits earned to date is 2.0 or higher are admitted to the Flagship.  Such students must provide UDC with their final transcripts demonstrating that they have earned an aggregate 2.0 GPA or will not be able to register for Flagship courses and must enroll in the Community College instead.
Provide # of degrees awarded by type in FY17/18 Liberal Studies (AS)
Liberal Studies (AA)
Education (AA)
Business Technology (AAS)
Computer Science Technology
 
http://docs.udc.edu/irap/UDC_Factsheet
Immigration status verified for admission http://www.udc.edu/docs/admissions