This program is designed to meet the specific needs of individuals who work with children ages birth through eight years. The program is designed to develop specialized competency in organizing programs for young children and families through in-depth study and research related to child growth and development, theoretical underpinnings of classroom practice, development of learning strategems, and sociological and psychological factors influencing behavior in young children.
Students may select the traditional thesis option and reduce regular course work by six hours. A minimum of six hours undergraduate work in early childhood courses related to growth, development and curriculum is required for admission to the graduate program.
Please visit Early Childhood website for more information on the Master of Education in Early Childhood program. For more information on courses and other education degrees, please visit the Elementary Education website, or contact the department using the information below.
Department of Elementary Education
SFASU P.O. Box 13017
Nacogdoches, TX 75962
Phone: (936) 468-2904