Early Childhood Education

Students interested in childhood development and learning processes at the graduate level are able to refine their knowledge and skills in the Early Childhood Education programs.

Learning to observe as researchers, educators pursuing an Early Childhood Education degree study cross-cultural perspectives of developmental theory and examine the application of multiple approaches within early education. This allows graduate students to develop the skills needed in making academic decisions and creating influential curriculum that supports the development of young learners from preschool and kindergarten to early elementary. Improving educational opportunities, Webster graduates are able to gain professional experience in their course of study and enhance the learning process through research and application.

Early Childhood Education Academic Programs

To read about specific program requirements, learning outcomes and how to apply, click on a program from the following list:

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