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Early Education and Care in Inclusive Programs - Bachelor Degree


The Early Education and Care in Inclusive Settings (EECIS) program is an undergraduate major that combines academic theory and professional knowledge and competencies for individuals who intend to work with children from birth through age 8 and their families.   

Early Child Development Institute

Individual Professional Development opportunities are offered through the Early Child Development Institute (ECI).  These opportunities are offered for credit and non-credit for staff currently employed in early care and education programs.

Certificate in Early Childhood Development with Child Development Associate Credential

The Certificate in Early Childhood Development with Child Development Associate Credential program prepares students as teachers and/or lead teachers in the State of Massachusetts.

Certificate of Early Childhood Development

The Certifictae of Early Childhood Development is focused on beginning coursework needed for Teacher and Lead Teacher certification with the Department of Ealry Education and Care.  Upon completion students will have 18 credits in coursework related to Early Childhood Development.  Students must

Early Childhood Development - Associate of Science

The program provides knowledge, training and skill development for persons interested in working in specific educational settings with young children, and serves the community as an information and knowledge-base in specific areas of expertise in early care and education and child development. 

Bachelor of Science in Human Services, ECE concentration

The mission of the Early Childhood Education Concentration (ages 0-6) is to educate students to serve as early childhood professionals who (1) create high quality, collaborative , comprehension, consistent, culturally congruent environments for all children; and (2) support and validate parents a

Early Childhood (PreK-2 Licensure)

This program affords many students who have completed a bachelor's degree the opportunity to earn initial licensure.

Bachelor of Arts in Education

The undergraduate program for aspiring early childhood teachers includes coursework in psychology and education, field experiences in a variety of local school settings and personalized advising. Mount Holyoke College is approved by the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Educati

Master of Arts in Teaching

The Master of Arts in Teaching at Mount Holyoke College is an accelerated coed teacher education program for aspiring early childhood, elementary, middle, and secondary school teachers. The flexible, 11-month M.A.T.

Masters of Education


The M.Ed. not linked with licensure is an enrichment degree designed to promote the professional development of experienced teachers and school/community leaders. It does not lead to teacher licensing.