Program Highlights & Benefits
You will prepare to teach in early childhood settings by studying and practicing child development
Create inclusive learning environments
Online & Asynchronous Format
No GRE or Entrance Exam Required
Teachers and other educational professionals who wish to make a difference in the lives of young students.
What You Learn
Academic professionals and educational practitioners will teach you how to apply strategies and theories to improve your instructional skills while working with young children in their learning environments
How You Learn
This is an online cohort. You will check in online to complete assignments and participate in online discussions and group activities. You will finish one 3 credit course every 8 weeks.
Become a better classroom early childhood teacher while making your classroom more inclusive
Curriculum Design and Evaluation
Psychological Foundations to Teaching and Learning
|EDUC 594||Research Evaluation and Design||3|
History and Context of Early Childhood Special Education
Inclusive Practices, Family Partnerships, and Differentiation in Early Childhood Ed.
Observing and Assessing the Young Child with Disabilities
Behavior Management in Inclusive Settings
Curriculum and Instruction Capstone – Trauma and Resilience
C&I Practicum – Trauma and Resilience
Serving and Leading in the Community and World
|Total Credit Hours:||30|
If you do not want to earn a Master’s degree, you can take 4 courses in order to earn the Exceptional Learner – Birth-12th Grade Certificate only.
Courses denoted with an asterisk (*) are required to earn the Exceptional Learners: Birth-3rd Certificate.