Early Childhood Care & Education Post Baccalaureate Diploma

  • This 30 credit program most benefits elementary school teachers who already have a Bachelor's Degree in Education. You will work with inquiry based learning and emergent curriculum approaches and develop a deeper understanding of the pedagogical approaches that are shaping early childhood care and education. 

      The ECCE Post Baccalaureate Diploma Program offers students the opportunity to: 
    1.  Gain new skills and broaden their knowledge in order to advance 
         their career, change career direction, and deepen their understanding of 
         Early Childhood politics and pedagogy. 
    2.  Pursue their understandings of the changing global context of child care, 
         education, families, and childhood.
    3.  Consider advanced perspectives on ECCE practice and teaching.

    Students are offered face-to-face, mixed mode, on-line and summer intensive courses. Students may take up to 15 credits in the fall and spring terms. Summer courses are only offered on a part-time basis. 

    Completion of this program enables graduates to apply to the Teacher Qualification Service for recognition of their new credentials. This program does not qualify students for a Basic ECE license to practice. 

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