May 25, 2020  
2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Early Childhood Emergent Inquiry Minor


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Department Information


Department of Early Childhood Education

P.O. Box 70548
Phone: (423) 439-7688
Web Address: www.etsu.edu/coe/eced/

Program Coordinator: Dr. Jane Broderick
email: broderic@etsu.edu
Phone: (423) 439-7695

The Department of Early Childhood Education in the Clemmer College offers an interdisciplinary undergraduate program leading to the Bachelor of Science degree in early childhood development. The licensure program is designed to provide academic preparation in the growth and development of young children (0-8), their families, and environmental factors influencing their development and leads to PreK-3 teaching license. The Early Care and Education concentration prepares candidates to work in the field of early childhood education not requiring a license (e.g., childcare, community settings/agencies.) In addition, the Department of Early Childhood Education offers a minor in early childhood education and opportunity for adding an early childhood endorsement (PreK-3) to existing education licenses. An additional minor in Early Childhood Emergent Inquiry is also available, is fully online and can satisfy the minor requirements for the Early Care and Education concentration. This minor provides early childhood majors the opportunity to complete a minor with an early childhood focus on emergent curriculum and Reggio inspired practices.

Graduate Study - The Department of Early Childhood Education offers a graduate program leading to a master’s degree in early childhood education with three concentrations (Initial Licensure, Master Teacher, Researcher). In addition, a Ph.D. in early childhood education is offered beyond the master’s degree. Also available are two online graduate programs, a Master’s Certificate in Emergent Inquiry and M.A. degree, Master Teacher. Further information on these programs may be obtained from the School of Graduate Studies.

Early Childhood Emergent Inquiry Minor: 18 credits


A minor is a secondary area of study outside of the major program of study with a structured curriculum composed of at least 18 credits of which at least 9 credits must be at the 3000-level or above.

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