Early Childhood Education P-3: Master of Education
There are both immediate and long-term benefits to earning your Master of Education (Certification) Early Childhood Education (P-3). In the short-term it will increase your salary by about $5,000 annually. It will make you more marketable, leading to greater opportunities. And it is an excellent stepping stone for advancement if you plan to continue on to earn an Education Specialist and/or Doctorate.
In this program, you'll learn to implement research-based strategies in the classroom to meet the diverse needs of the classroom today. This degree leads to certification P-3.
- Carol Parnell Cunningham Award: Recognizes an outstanding Graduate student from the college of education
A master’s degree in Early Childhood Education will increase your salary by about $5,000 annually. It will increase your knowledge base and make you more marketable. The master’s degree is a stepping stone for advancement professionally and educationally if you are interested in continuing with an Education Specialist and/or Doctorate.
College of Education: Dr. Lynn Kelley - firstname.lastname@example.org (best way to contact) or (205) 652-5417