TEACHING ENGLISH
FOR EARLY CHILDHOOD

This program focuses on current research and issues in early childhood education, especially in language-related areas. In this 92-credit program, students learn early childhood education. The strategies and techniques of teaching English to early childhood and elementary school-aged children are also addressed. Graduates will have a variety of opportunities in the field of early childhood education settings as a teacher, specialists, and researchers.

80 Weeks

92 CREDITS

64 Major | 28 General 

  • The employment of preschool teachers is estimated to grow 10% from 2016 to 2026, faster than the average for all occupations. This growth is expected to result from an increase in childcare and preschool enrollment, as well as continued demand for special education services
     

  • The number of preschool-aged children and elementary school-aged children is expected to increase. Therefore, the demand for teacher assistants who work directly with students
    will increase. In addition, there will be continued demand for special education services and, in return, demand for teacher assistants who work with these students.