Early Childhood Education—M.Ed.
A master's degree in Early Childhood/Elementary Education can be achieved by completing a program designed to promote research-based practices that ensure that all students can and do learn. Applicants must normally have an undergraduate degree in Early Childhood or Elementary Education to enter the program. The program consists of a minimum of 36 hours of course work.
In addition to the requirement for regular admission, the following requirements apply for applicants to the M.Ed. degree in Early Childhood Education:
- Applicants must have an undergraduate degree in Early Childhood or Elementary Education or meet eligibility for a level 4 certification in Early Childhood or Elementary Education with a minimum overall 2.7 GPA.
Courses include 14 hours in professional studies, 3 hours in research, 12 hours in early childhood/elementary content, and 6 hours of electives.