MSC offers a variety of adult academic and training programs within the university. Our programs are continuously growing and evolving to better serve the needs of our students and include opportunities for training in childcare licensing, child development, autism, and applied behavior analysis. Our training and undergraduate child development courses are provided on-site at the university and online, and all of our graduate coursework is offered online. Online coursework allows students to participate in online conversations with instructors and students using real-time audio and video technology. Classes are typically scheduled in the evening hours or on weekends.
Training programs offered by MSC include the Child Care (40-hour) Training Program, which provides the training that is required, by law, to work in a child care center or Family Child Care Home. In collaboration with the Abraham S. Fischler School of Education (FSEHS), coursework is offered at the bachelor’s level in literacy and early childhood and applied behavior analysis through the B.S. in Education with a concentration in early childhood.