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The Master of Education in Early Childhood Education (ECE) is designed for graduate candidates to provide advanced knowledge of early childhood education in both certified and non-certified settings. The program available through the Department of Education is designed to provide opportunities for graduate candidates who desire advanced education in ECE.
To download a copy of the requirements, click here.
The M.Ed. program in Early Childhood Education may begin any quarter. Depending on a student's course load, the program can be completed in as little as a year. However, students working full-time and taking night classes normally complete the program in approximately two years.
Early Childhood Education specialization credits (23)
Total credits needed: 48
To download a copy of the degree requirements, click here.
For more information, contact Robin Showalter, Graduate Program Coordinate.
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