Online Master's Degree in Early Childhood Education

Early childhood educators specialize in teaching children ages 10 and under. Since these are the formative years of intellectual and social development, teachers who choose a concentration in early childhood education accept a serious responsibility. A Master's in Early Childhood Education can lead you into educational administration, research and policy development work.

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Earn Your Master's Degree in Early Childhood Education Online

A Master of Education (MEd) in Early Childhood Education or a PhD in Early Childhood Education can lead you into administration, research and policy development work.

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates about 17% job growth for early childhood educators through 2022 – a pace that is on par with all professions. Applicants with internships, related work experience, and advanced degrees should have the best employment opportunities.

The Benefits of Online Degree Programs

Online teaching degrees and online teaching certificates are now very common because they offer you the opportunity to begin or enhance your education career while continuing to work. For example, using online education to earn your Bachelor of Science in Education (BSE) with a Concentration in Elementary Teaching allows you to work during the day – perhaps in a related job like daycare – and study elementary education in the evening. Acquiring your teaching degree online can increase your job security as well; when the unemployment rate reached 6.7% in November 2008, the rate for people holding a bachelor’s degree or higher was only 3.1% – less than half the national average.