Doctoral programs in education produce outstanding professionals who can address the nation’s most pressing educational challenges. Students in the Early Childhood Education specialization will gain the expertise needed to lead the creation and implementation of new program practices, to apply emerging research on development in the early years, and to conceptualize new paradigms for early learning. Graduates can attain key positions in college teaching, research endeavors, leadership positions, and advocacy roles addressing the young child (birth through age 8).
Total Credits Required
96 Quarter Hours
Specific Technology Requirements
Technical requirements are outlined on this page - http://www.waldenu.edu/Walden-Difference/38429.htm
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