Clinical med early childhood and special education dual certification programs in Southern new hampshire university
The early years of a child's education are crucial for establishing a foundation for lifelong learning and success. Formalize your efforts and desire to help children develop essential skills by earning your Master of Education degree in Early Childhood and Special Education from Southern New Hampshire University. If you are passionate about helping young children achieve important developmental milestones and find great joy in fostering a patient and understanding learning environment, this clinical program will help you on your path. Successful completion of this program prepares you for New Hampshire state licensure in Early Childhood Education (pre-K - grade 3) and Early Childhood Special Education (birth - age 8).
Applicant must have Equivalent of a U.S. bachelor's degree, Official Diplomas and Transcripts, Minimum GPA 2.75/4.0 equivalent, TOEFL ibT of 70, IELTS of 6.0, Proof of Financial Support, GRE and GMAT scores.
Teach in public schools (pre-K - grade 3), Operate daycares or preschools, Direct an early childhood education program, and Work on policy issues related to early childhood education