Our master's program in Early Childhood Education prepares graduates to integrate Pacific Oaks' transformative approach to early childhood education into leadership roles in public schools, child care programs, state agencies, and a variety of nonprofits serving children and families. Graduates will be prepared with a strong grounding in the theory and research that supports high-quality educational experiences for children, and will have gained an unrivaled amount of real-world experience, working with children and families, fostering staff development, and collaborating with educational administrators and leaders on projects such as program evaluation, business processes, and creating and implementing effective policies and practices.
Total Credits Required
•Bachelor's degree in Early Childhood Education, Child Development, or a related field from a regionally accredited institution. Applicants with a bachelor's degree in another field may be admitted with contingencies.