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This program's coursework is designed to prepare you for CCLS certification.
An Application for our Child Life Professional Certificate is no longer required to enroll in any individual Child Life courses.
NOTE* The Certified Child Life Specialist (CCLS) credential is the exclusive certification offered by the Association of Child Life Professionals.
UCSB Extension/PaCE offers courses to meet the 10 college-level requirements. All our courses have been reviewed, earned pre-approval, and are listed on the Association of Child Life Professionals Programs Offering Pre-Approved Courses or Academic Programs Offering Child Life Course
To determine which courses you need to complete to complement those from your Bachelor's degree to satisfy the requirements for the Exam, please complete the eligibility assessment offered through the Association of Child Life Professionals.
All classes are taught by Child Life Specialists.
Completion of the UCSB PaCE Chid Life certificate program does not result in Certified Child Life Specialist (CCLS) certification. Individuals seeking certification must take and pass an examination with the Association of Child Life Professionals. While courses in this certificate program may count toward the educational requirements for becoming eligible to take the examination, completion of this certificate program will not, in itself, result in CCLS certification. For more information about certification, visit the Association of Child Life Professionals.
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Online Courses Offerings
|2020-21 PROGRAM QUARTERLY SCHEDULE|
|Required PaCE Courses||Units||Fall||Winter||Spring||Summer|
|ED X370.2- Child Life: Introduction to Theory and Practice||4|
|ED X370.3- Therapeutic Role of Play in Pediatric Care||4|
|ED X370.4- Death, Dying, & Grief in Pediatric Care||4|
|ED X370.5- Assessment, Preparation and Medical Terminology||4|
|ED X370.10- Child Development: Birth to 18||4|
|ED X370.11- Pediatric Palliative Care & Hospice||4|
|ED X370.12- Family Systems||4|
|ED X370.13- Children with Special Needs||4|
|ED X370.14- Research Methodologies in Child Life||4|
|ED X370.15- Child Life & Trauma||4|
|ED X370.18- Child Life in Non-Traditional Settings: Beyond the Hospital||4|
|ED X370.19- Early Child Development: Birth to 8||4|
|ED X370.20- Health Care Ethics||4|
|ED X370.21-Adolescent Development (ages 10 - 19)||4|
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