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DISTANCE EDUCATION

Distance Education


Plumb Hall

MS Early Childhood Education


Contact Information

Dr. Carol Russell
PH: 877-332-4249 x5904
Email: crussell@emporia.edu

Program Web Site:
http://emporia.edu/elecse/

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Program Summary


Quality teachers come from quality programs. This NCATE accredited on-line degree program is accessible for the working student who needs a flexible schedule. No night courses, no commuting, this will fit into your schedule and is responsive to your needs. If you are interested in working with infants and toddlers and their families as well as with primary level students, one of the following areas of concentration is for you.

Early Childhood Education (Birth to 8) - This graduate program of study is designed for persons who hold a valid elementary level teaching license who wish to work toward a master's degree in early childhood education with an emphasis on working with young children with and without special needs. Completion of this program may also lead to the Kansas Early Childhood Unified (B-8) license. Waivers are available to your district for this license from KSDE. Early Childhood Education (Birth to K).

This graduate program of study is designed for persons who wish to work toward a master's degree in early childhood education with an emphasis on working with young children with and without special needs. Candidates must hold a BA in a related field such as child development, physical/occupational therapy, psychology and others. The EC faculty will review candidates' materials for appropriate preparation. Completion of this program may also lead to the Kansas Early Childhood Unified (Birth to K) license.