Bachelor's in Early Care and Education (BECE)

TRANSFORM YOUR LIFE AND THE LIVES OF CHILDREN

ENROLL IN THE BACHELOR OF EARLY CARE AND EDUCATION DEGREE PROGRAM

Who Should Apply to Our Program

  • You believe in teaching and learning with your mind and your heart
  • You are passionately committed to the education of young children, birth to five years of age
  • You intend to make a difference in children’s lives and you recognize that all children deserve the best education we can provide

What You’ll Learn

  • To teach young children from birth to five years of age, with a range of skills and abilities, including young children with special needs
  • To understand child development, to create high quality curriculum and learning environments and to work successfully with parents, families, and communities
  • To effectively develop children’s innate talents and strengths; to include children from all cultural, socio-economic, and linguistic backgrounds; and to provide children with math, literacy, and social skills necessary for future school success
You’ll grow in confidence as a teacher, as you learn the knowledge, skills, and dispositions needed in today’s early childhood classrooms and programs.

How to Apply

The advisors at the Office for Academic and Student Services (OASS) are the first point of contacts for all students and there are three locations to serve you. Please visit or contact the advisors at:

Undergraduate Student Advising/Admission Contacts for the College of Education


Please see these websites for additional information about the BECE program of study