The online Master of Arts in Education - Early Childhood Education degree from the University of Phoenix is an excellent online program for those individuals who are looking to develop the skills that are needed working with and teaching young children.
The faculty of this fully online degree in Early Childhood Education have created a curriculum that is focused on:
- Instructional strategies
- Teaching methodologies
- Assessment techniques
- Theories of early childhood growth and development
- The impact of family and cultural diversity on early childhood
What makes this program unique is its research component, which was included to aid individuals in developing an in-depth understanding of the various theoretical and practical aspects that are required to succeed in this field.
Due to current regional policies, the Early Childhood Education specialization is not available to residents in Canada and the U.S. states Delaware, Indiana, New York, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Wisconsin, and Arkansas.
All applicants must have a Regionally/nationally accredited U.S. bachelor's degree; cumulative grad GPA of 2.5 or higher; 3 years post high school, full-time work exp.; current teaching cert., min. of 9 months K-12 teaching exp., or current contracted teacher within a classroom.
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While widely available, not all programs are available in all locations or in both online and on-campus formats. Please check with a University Enrollment Representative.