(currently not available)
This program provides learning opportunities for teachers, support personnel, and parents of children from birth through nine years of age.
The following four areas are available: Pre-K programs, Primary Education (K-3rd grade), Special Education, and Parenting/Family Studies.
Obtaining teacher licensure is optional and may require additional courses to meet licensure standards. Many of the courses in this program are offered in the evening allowing for flexible completion.
Careers: What can you do with a degree in Early Childhood?
Pre-School/Day Care: Teaching, Administration
Community Services: Administration, Development, Programming
Admission Criteria/Application Procedures
- Undergraduate GPA of at least 3.0
- Graduate GPA of at least 3.0
- Standardized graduate admission test (GRE)
Evening Classes? Yes
|EDF 501 Research Design & Interpretation||3||EC 590 Internship||3-6|
|EDF 530 Advanced Human Development & Learning||3||Electives
Chosen in consultation with the advisor from one of the following professional areas: Pre-K programs, Primary Education, Special Education, Parent & Family Studies
|EC 502 Research in Special Programs||3||EC 599 Thesis||6|
|EC 532 Advanced Physical and Cognitive Development||3||EC 597 Action Research Project & Seminar||3|
|EC 533 Advanced Social & Emotional Development||3||Total minimum credits required for Thesis Track||36|
Please contact the office of Graduate Studies for information about this program, admission requirements, application forms, graduate assistantships and other scholarship information. Contact us as well for information about any of our graduate degree programs.
Our office is located in McMullen Hall, First Floor.
The office is open from 8:00 to 5:00 (Mountain time) Monday through Friday. Office: 406-657-2238 Fax: 406-657-2302