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Early Childhood Education (B.S.Ed.)

B.S.Ed. degree Leading to Licensure
The Pre-K-3 licensure program prepares students to teach children three years of age through grade three. The Pre-K-3 license qualifies you for employment in day care, nursery school, Headstart, public and private preschools, and primary (K-3) elementary grades. Students will be required to work with children from birth through third grade in Phases 1, 2, and 3. The program offers courses in general education, professional education, and curriculum content.

Most curriculum content classes should be completed within the student's first two years. Some of the courses must be completed before ED or EDE classes may be taken. Admission to the College of Education and Human Services is required before Professional Education Courses may be taken. For admission to the College of Education, the student must have earned 45 credit hours, have a GPA of 2.5 or higher, and have a passing score, established by the college, on the math, writing and reading sections of the Praxis I test.

Early Childhood Education (Pre-K-3, Ages 0-8)
For degree requirements refer to Education and Human Services requirements in the University catalog.
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