Give children a great start in life.

Working with infants, toddlers, and preschoolers isn’t all fun and games. As an early childhood educator, you need to have an understanding of child development so you can create safe environments where young children can learn, explore, and grow.

Our bachelor’s degree in early childhood education program combines classroom learning and fieldwork, giving you lots of valuable hands-on learning opportunities. You’ll get real-world experience doing everything from planning age-appropriate play centers to developing curricula that helps very young children develop basic skills and learn about the world around them.

After completing this program, you’ll be ready to find work in supervisory and administrative positions, such as preschool teacher, home visitor, curriculum developer, or child/family advocate. 

This program does not lead to elementary (K-8) certification.

Academic Policies & Requirements 

Bachelor of Science — Early Childhood Education

Career Facts

$28,790

Median Yearly Income

9%

Outlook 2014 - 2024

$40,166

Median Salary for Executives

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Featured Alumni

"The curriculum at Baker absolutely helped me. I had great instructors, instructors who were educators. Just for teachers to connect with students, it was important to me for those instructors to connect with me."

- Brittney Norman, Teacher & Baker Grad
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