early care & education

This program introduces students to the world of work by providing them with theory, laboratory practice, and work-site learning experiences that will enable them to acquire skills for service occupations. Students' individual needs and ability levels are considered in assisting them with career choices. Students are equipped with skills that will enable them to be successful in entry-level service occupations related to child care.

career majors

Please note that Career Majors may not be available at all campuses.

Please download the Student Handbook - Major Addendum located on the Students tab for specific campus offerings. They are identified under the Career Majors with Course Listing section of that booklet.
Early Care & Education Teacher Assistant
625 | Financial Aid is available!
Early Care and Education Infant and Toddler Care
1240 | Financial Aid is available!
Early Care and Education Master Teacher
1050 | Financial Aid is available!
ParaProfessional-Child Development
725 | Financial Aid is available!
ParaProfessional-Child Development I
525

college credits

This program has cooperative agreements with OSU Institute of Technology, Grayson County College, and Murray State College which allow a student to earn a predetermined number of credit hours by completing technical training and general studies.

student highlights

KTC-Atoka Outstanding Business Student, Raini Butler, Receives Award of Educational Achievement and Wins State to Compete at Business Professionals of America National Conference.  KTC-Atoka Business student, Raini Butler, pictured with State BPA Awards, which qualified her for National BPA Conference in Indianapolis, IN. Butler was also recognized with a Technology Centers That Work Award of Educational Achievement. Read More…