Early Childhood Education (M.ED.)

Champlain College
Burlington, Vermont, United States
Qualification
Master's Degree
Study mode
Full-time
Duration
2 years
Tuition fee (local)
Information not available
Tuition fee (foreign)
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Entry Requirements

Undergraduate Degree Requirement

  • You must have successfully completed a baccalaureate-level program at a regionally accredited institution in Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, Psychology or Business. Degrees in other fields combined with work or volunteer experiences in the field of early care and education will also be considered. You must also have a GPA that demonstrates your ability to perform graduate-level academic work.

Transcripts

  • Official academic transcripts (not photocopies or those issued directly to a student) are required from all colleges and universities you have attended. Please contact each college's Registrar's office and sign a release to have your transcripts sent to Office of Graduate Admission at Champlain College. If you have taken any graduate-level courses, be sure to have those transcripts sent to us, also.

TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language)

  • All applicants whose undergraduate education was not delivered in English must submit a TOEFL score, with essay. Minimum total scores required for consideration are 550 (paper) /213 (computer) /80 (Internet). These scores do not guarantee admission. For more information on the TOEFL, visit the TOEFL website.

Personal Interview

  • A personal interview with a Graduate Admission Representative is required and usually conducted via telephone. The interview will be scheduled as soon as all of your admission materials have been submitted and reviewed by the Admission Committee. The Graduate Admission Office will contact you to arrange a compatible format and schedule.

Curriculum

  • Early Childhood & Play
  • Creating Constructive Environments
  • Leadership, Mentoring & Quality
  • Supporting Children & Families
  • Supporting Children with Special Needs
  • Observation, Description & Documentation with Children
  • Action Research Project I
  • Action Research Project II
  • Curriculum for Administrators
  • HR in the Early Childhood Setting
  • Administration of Early Childhood Programs
  • Financial Management in the Early Childhood Setting
  • Early Language & Literacy
  • Teaching Kindergarten through Third Grade & Practicum
  • Infant & Toddler Development & Curriculum with Project
  • Math & Science for Young Children

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