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Early Childhood Education Program

B.A. Early Childhood Education Degree

At Kendall, we understand that it can be difficult to balance your family, a job and school all at the same time – that is why we have developed an even more convenient pathway for you to earn your degree while still maintaining the other important aspects of your life.

Kendall’s non-licensure Bachelor of Arts in Early Childhood Education degree track now provides you with:

  • Relevant and industry-specific concentrations of study that allow you to specialize in your topic of interest:
  • A flexible online learning format that works with your schedule
  • Far less required field work hours than that of our current non-licensure track, making it much more convenient for the working adult, like you, to balance school, family and a job
  • New core courses that are more relevant to that of our current industry standards and your long-term leadership and administration goals, including courses like:
    • Legal Aspects of Early Childhood Administration
    • Staff Management and Human Relations in Early Childhood Programs
    • Marketing and Public Relations for the Early Childhood Program Director

We look forward to having you join the Kendall family – contact an Enrollment Advisor today at 888.70.KENDALL to get started on your admission process.

Degree Requirements
Degrees Degrees

Our program combines educational rigor with flexible learning options and practical experience through internships and fieldwork.

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Faculty Faculty

Our instructors are current and former practitioners who are passionate about Early Childhood Education.

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Concentrations Concentrations

Customize your education degree by specializing in one of seven industry-relevant concentrations.

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