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Early Childhood Education

As a Graduate of Southern Connecticut's Early Childhood program you enter will enter the classroom ready to teach. You will shape the most critical time in child's education. As a teacher you will work with students to build the foundations of literacy and numeracy necessary for life long learning.

The successful completion of this program includes the Liberal Education Program requirements, 44.5 credits in the early childhood education major (including 12 credits allot- ted to student teaching), and 30-38 credits in a liberal arts major.

Graduates of the program, who successfully pass all state licensing exams, will earn a teacher certificate to teach in Pre-K to grade three classes.



Dr. Helen Marx, Undergraduate Coordinator
Davis Hall 115G, Department of Elementary Education
Southern Connecticut State University
New Haven, CT 06515
Telephone: (203) 392-6654 
Fax: (203) 392-6473                         


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