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Online M.Ed. in Early Childhood Education
The coursework and expectations are the same for both our online and face-to-face M.Ed. programs. Each cohort is supported by a cohort coordinator as well as graduate faculty who mentor the candidates and facilitate program delivery. The program of study schedule is designed to coincide with the public school calendar and is provided in advance so teachers can coordinate educational and personal commitments with program requirements.
Both programs are four semesters (13 months) beginning one summer and concluding the next. The admission process is also the same for both programs. Students will take 3 courses (3 credit hours each, 9 total) each of the four semesters (12 courses, 36 credit hours total). For detailed information, please consult our M.Ed. FAQs.
To get a more detailed view of our online M.Ed. in Early Childhood Education, please view our program orientation by clicking here. Once you have viewed the orientation videos, please contact Dr. Lee Digiovanni, M.Ed. Program Coordinator with any additional questions.
**ONLINE PROGRAMS NOTE: "Online Degree and Certificate Programs may not be available in all states. If you are an out-of-state student, please contact the distance learning center to confirm that the program is available in your state."
Please click here to see our program flyer.