Bachelor of Arts in Education (BAEd) - Early Childhood Education - AdministrationWestcliff University
The Bachelor of Arts in Education (BAEd) degree prepares students to seek employment in entry-level positions in elementary or secondary education. Students will consider, research, and learn to adapt curriculum to the needs of children and adolescents from diverse backgrounds and ability levels. Classes are taught by experienced, respected faculty who bring knowledge and expertise into the classroom.
The Certificate in Early Childhood Education Leadership and Administration prepares students to be leaders in the field of Early Childhood Education. Students work, research, and learn from early childhood education teachers with diverse backgrounds and real-world experience. This certificate meets the State of California Community Care Licensing Title 22 Administrative Requirements to be a fully qualified director for a Title 22 (private) child care (infant toddler, preschool, and school age) program as well as the Title 5 Administrative Requirements needed to apply for a Child Development Master Teacher/Site Supervisor/Program Director permit for a Title 5 (public) child care (infant toddler, preschool, and school age) program.