Bachelor of Arts Program in Education in Hilton Head Island in USA

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Students who want to further their education and prepare for a career will often pursue a Bachelor of Arts (BA). Programs can be found at schools all over the world and are usually earned in around four years.

Those who pursue education as a career will undergo courses that are designed to train future educators. Fortunately, there is a wide variety of courses designed for students who wish to supplement any teaching credentials. These courses are offered at various institutions across the globe.

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Bachelor of Arts in Early Childhood Education

University of South Carolina Beaufort
Campus Full time 3 years September 2019 USA Beaufort Bluffton Hilton Head Island + 2 more

The Bachelor of Arts in Early Childhood Education is a degree program for undergraduate students at USCB who are seeking South Carolina teaching certification in grades Pre-K through elementary education. [+]

The Bachelor of Arts in Early Childhood Education is a degree program for undergraduate students at U.S.C.B. who are seeking South Carolina teaching certification. Early childhood education majors benefit from engaging hands-on experiences, opportunities to integrate theory with teaching practice, and extensive field and clinical experiences in child care settings, Head Start centers, Montessori schools, and local public schools. This program provides students with a broad academic background and the professional knowledge, skills, and dispositions needed to work with young children, ages birth through eight.

The early childhood education program is a 123 semester-hour program. All students seeking to complete the B.A. in Early Childhood Education degree must be formally admitted into the Professional Program when they have completed a minimum of 46 semester hours, 30 of which must be completed at U.S.C.B., and met other requirements. The Pre-Professional and Professional Program sequence for early childhood education requires 67 hours of coursework focused on the development of pedagogical and content knowledge.... [-]