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BA in Early Childhood Education Administration - Infant and Toddler Care (Does Not Lead to Teacher Licensure)

Realize your potential while enhancing your understanding of the many aspects of children’s education and administration when you earn your Bachelor of Arts in Early Childhood Education Administration online from Ashford University. Choose this program if you are interested in pursuing a potential career in child care management. Upon graduation, you will be well acquainted with the education industry, be highly trained in various theories of childhood development, and exhibit advanced organizational management skills. A degree in Early Childhood Education Administration will demonstrate your proficiency and competence as an administrator in the education industry.

Learn to provide quality care for infants and small children. You will contribute to the healthy growth of children by earning your specialization in Infant and Toddler Care.

Certification/Licensure Terms and Conditions

Successful completion of the Bachelor of Arts in Early Childhood Education program by itself does not lead certification or licensure in any state. This degree program will not make one eligible for traditional or alternative teacher certification or licensure in the State of Georgia or the State of Hawaii. It is the student's responsibility to determine individual state requirements for teacher certification or licensure. Please refer to Education Resource Organizations Directory (EROD) for individual state requirements for teacher certification or licensure. Please be advised that states change their policies from time to time and students are advised to check regularly with their state regulatory agencies’ policies and procedures relating to licensure. Further, a criminal record may prevent an applicant from obtaining licensure, certification, or employment in this field of study.

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