Nurture Tomorrow's Leaders
If you are passionate about working with children or if you already work in the child-care profession and want to advance your career, the Prekindergarten Education program is your next step. The program, which is offered completely online, prepares students to provide education and caring for children up to five years of age who are not yet in kindergarten.
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This degree is offered entirely online.
Curriculum and Courses
The courses you choose will open up a wealth of career opportunities — not lock you into one occupation. You’ll extend your education way beyond the classroom to every area of your life.
- EDP 256 Psychology of the Exceptional Learner
- EDT 190 Introduction to Education
- EDL 204 Sociocultural Studies in Education
- FSW 283 Introduction to Child Care Administration
- EDT 246P Foundations of Reading, Language, and Literacy
Many of our graduates are employed in public and private care centers, preschools, and Head Start facilities, both as teachers and administrators. Successful completion of the Pre-K Program meets the Ohio Department of Education requirements for the Initial Five-Year Professional Licensure in Prekindergarten Education. The degree can be applied to further study at the bachelor's degree level if program admission requirements are met.
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Your college experience here will be one of the most exciting times of your life. To make sure of this, we’ll provide you with a powerful support system.
Public college in Ohio with the best return on investment
of 2019-2020 graduates were employed, furthering their education, serving in the military, or in a service program
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Miami University Regionals offers an education that fits your lifestyle so you can earn a degree that is life-changing. And our open admission policy allows for an environment of diverse learners.
Miami students are an eclectic mix of thinkers, doers, leaders and followers, introverts and extroverts, authors, painters, climbers, coders, pianists, philanthropists, and gamers. Just to name a few.