Childhood & Exceptional Student Education
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Department of Childhood and
Exceptional Student Education
University Hall 269
About the Degree
Bachelor of Science (B.S.Ed.) in Early Childhood Education
Program of Study (POS)
In the undergraduate program, Early Childhood Education Non-certification Track 2, students complete 60 hours in the major (including a semester-long Pre-Community Internship I and a semester-long Community Internship II).
Students must be Regularly admitted to the College of Education satisfying all of the program admission requirements. If a student is denied regular admission his or her program completion will be delayed.
It is recommended you make an appointment with your advisor three (3) weeks prior to submitting your admission paperwork. Submit all required papers in one packet to: Mrs. Allison Scott, Advisor and Coordinator of Recruitment, Retention and Student Success: Pre-Education Programs, in University Hall 242 by the following deadlines at 5:00PM. Students will receive written notification of acceptance.
Students will meet regularly with their assigned academic advisor.
Community Internship II
Refer to the Office of Field Experience, Clinical Practice, and Partnerships webpage for current information on Internship II.
Students assume primary responsibility for knowledge of and compliance with program requirements. Questions should be directed to the student's advisor.