Greg Dziuban
Graduate Admissions Coordinator
University Hall 269
College of Education


Master of Education: Early Childhood Education

Graduates with a Master of Education receive a T-5 license upon completion of requirements. The program in early childhood education prepares a master teacher who can address the academic, social, and emotional development of students in grades preschool through five (P-5)

M.Ed. candidates:

  • know the subjects they teach and how to teach those subjects to P-5 students
  • are committed to all P-5 students and their learning
  • are responsible for managing and monitoring student learning
  • systematically reflect about their practice
  • are members of a learning community

Career Opportunities

Upon completion of degree requirements, candidates may be eligible to teach at the college level.  All teacher education programs at Armstrong State University are approved by the Georgia Professional Standards Commission and accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education.

Program Features

ECE students complete an action research project in local schools and write a portfolio to demonstrate knowledge at the master teacher level.  Because we have a low student-to-faculty ratio, students receive personalized education in all areas.  The faculty wants success for candidates.