The Early Childhood Education program at Shawnee State University is a 2 + 2 program. Students choosing to study early childhood education earn the Associate Degree in Early Childhood Education in their first two years of study. At that point, a student can decide to continue toward the baccalaureate degree.
Students completing the four-year degrees in Early Childhood at Shawnee State University earn a bachelor of science in education (B.S.Ed.) and are eligible for the Ohio teacher licensure to teach grades Pre-Kindergarten through 3. Students pursuing the associate degree may earn a teaching license qualifying them to teach in a Head Start program or private preschool setting.
- Early Childhood 2-Year Sequence Plan Associate Degree
- Early Childhood 4-Year Sequence Plan Bachelor's Degree
- Early Childhood (PreK-Grade 3) Checklist