In the Childhood Education Program, you'll have the chance to choose between two concentrations: Early Childhood Education (B-K) or Elementary Education (K-6).
Engage in Growth Mindset Service Learning from Day One
Both concentrations emphasize project-based and other experiential learning strategies. Students engage in and connect their learning in real-time by being embedded in community partnerships in schools and after-school programs from day 1.
Faculty Know Your Name from Day One and Design Learning Experiences to Fit Your Interests.
About the Childhood Education Program
- Study methods in teaching in a wide range of subjects to explore and discover your interests, as well as become a well-rounded and experienced educator.
- Discover more about childhood development in a multi-faceted and experiential approach.
- Learn to approach education with a comprehensive perspective that takes into account the cognitive, social, and emotional well-being of the learner.
- Get the chance to work with children to learn and observe their developmental stages and see early childhood education in action.
Childhood Education majors earn a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Childhood Education, with a required concentration in one of the following areas:
- Early Childhood Education (B-K)
- The Early Childhood Education (ECE) Education Concentration offers a Birth-to Kindergarten (B-K) licensure route and a non-licensure route for you to work with young children between the ages of birth to five.
- Elementary Education (K-6)
- If you are wishing to study childhood education in the elementary ages or to earn teacher licensure in elementary education, you must major in Elementary Education (K-6).
Come experience the Brevard College Childhood Education Program for yourself!
Visitation is the best way to see if our Childhood Education Program is a good fit for you.