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Program Options

The Child Development program can work for you regardless of age, location, and work schedule. Discover more about our program options.

Traditional Undergraduate Program, Main Campus, La Verne

The traditional undergraduate program is held on the main campus in La Verne.

Flexibility

  • Evening classes take place one night per week for 16 weeks.
  • Variety of course delivery: face-to-face, hybrid [partially online and face-to-face] and fully online.

Learning Environment

  • Our small class sizes ensure personal attention, networking, and a high level of interaction among students and faculty.
  • An academic advisor is assigned to every student and one-on-one academic advising every semester on campus.

CAPA (Campus Accelerated Program for Adults)

The CAPA program is for working adults and classes are held on the main campus in La Verne.

Flexibility

  • Attend either full-time or part-time
  • Attend evening courses that meet once per week on either a 16 week or a 10 week format
  • Attend Weekend College – courses are held Friday evenings and Saturdays for five alternating weekends
  • Attend Sunday courses that meet for 7 consecutive sessions
  • Attend daytime courses
  • Enroll in online courses, available for many general education courses

Learning Environment

  • Our small class sizes ensure personal attention, networking, and a high level of interaction among students and faculty.
  • An academic advisor is assigned to every student and one-on-one academic advising every semester on campus. Your advisor will be with you from admission to graduation.

Regional and Online Campus Program (ROC)

  • We have eight (8) regional campuses throughout Southern and Central California, in addition to University of La Verne’s main campus in La Verne.
  • Onsite classes are also held at several community colleges (College of the Canyons and San Bernardino Valley Community College)
  • Onsite classes are held at local school districts.
  • Onsite classes are held at local Head Start and community agencies.

Flexibility

  • This is an accelerated program.
  • Evening classes take place one night per week for 10 weeks.
  • We offer 4 terms a calendar year.
  • Variety of delivery of courses: face-to-face and hybrid [partially on-line and face-to-face].

Learning Environment

  • Our small class sizes ensure personal attention, networking, and a high level of interaction among students and faculty.
  • Faculty travel to Regional Campus sites to deliver courses.
  • A professional academic advisor is assigned to every student and one-on-one academic advising at your class site.