AS Early Childhood Education

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AS Early Childhood Education

The Post University Early Childhood Education program provides a comprehensive curriculum that emphasizes the development and application of age-appropriate approaches to the education of young children.

Post University's Early Childhood program will prepare you for immediate employment as early childhood teachers in school districts as well as in public, private or corporate settings. If you later seek teacher certification the Associate in Science degree program will also permit transfer into a baccalaureate degree program. You will study child development, psychology and age appropriate approaches to literature, math/science and social studies. This program includes practicum's undertaken at an arranged site near you.

The Early Childhood Education program provides an excellent beginning point for a career in education. Exceptional career opportunities are increasing nationwide for qualified professionals in this field. So feel confident that you are making a sound career choice and the right decision in choosing Post University to meet your educational needs.

With Post University Online, you can earn an Associate of Science in Early Childhood Education entirely online, with no commuting or interruptions in your current career.

You will study in highly interactive, small classes in 8-week accelerated modules. Our faculty will actively engage you in a high quality and relevant curriculum that prepares you to enter a rewarding career in early childhood education.

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"Education would be so much more effective if its purpose were to ensure that by the time they leave school every boy and girl should know how much they don't know, and be imbued with a lifelong desire to know it."
    - Sir William Haley
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