The Early Childhood Studies Program will provide the community a comprehensive early childhood program responsive to cultural, ethnic, socio-economic diversity, rich in current and innovative ideas and nurturing authentic learning and hands-on experiences. The result is individuals well prepared for a variety of job opportunities in the rapidly changing early care and education profession. The AAS degree is accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children, Early Childhood Associate Degree Accreditation Commission.
Earn Your Degree Online
The Early Childhood and Family Studies is offering the first online Early Childhood degree in San Antonio from an accredited community College. View flyer for more information.
Early Childhood and Family Studies Offer
All degrees and certificates can be completed 100% online. Visit our degree plans link for more information.
Professional Organizations & Sites of Interest
Professionalism in Early Childhood Education is very important in strengthening our image as educators of young children. Likewise, it is necessary to keep abreast of the most current trends, policies, and general information about the profession. These links are provided to be a key resource for the professionals in this field.
Faculty & Staff
Pamela E. Ray, M.H.R.
Assistant Professor/Program Director
Location: Center for Health Professions (CHP) 100G
Jessica A. Cooper, M.S., CCLS
Location: Center for Health Professions (CHP) 100E
Margaret Houser, B.S.
Early Childhood and Family Studies/Allied Health
Location: Welcome Center
- Patti Aguilar
- Cleo Casias
- Vlasta Jurkovic
- Kathy Lozano
- Kara Myers
- Veronica Roman