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To help you find the program, or course of study that is right for you to reach your educational goals, we designed this helpful tool to allow you to narrow down the list of programs to better meet your requirements.

Associates of Science in Early Childhood Transfer Option

This program is designed for students interested in transferring to a four year school for a degree in Early Childhood Education (Pre-K through Grade2).

Certificate in Daycare Administration

This program is designed for child care professionals who are Lead Teacher certified by the MA Department of Early Education and Care (DEEC) or hold a degree in Early Childhood Education.

School of Human Services: Bachelor of Science in ECE

The academic programs of Springfield College’s School of Human Services are designed to meet the needs of working adults who wish to earn a degree in human services. Graduate classes normally meet one weekend each month, while undergraduate classes meet two weekends per month.

Post-Baccalaureate Early Childhood Education

The post-baccalaureate early childhood education concentration prepares students for the initial license as an early childhood teacher, Pre-K through Grade 2.

Early Childhood PreK-2

Springfield College early childhood education majors become licensed to teach students with or without disabilities in integrated public preschools, kindergartens, and first and second grades. 

Early Childhood (PreK-2 Licensure)

AIC offers post baccalaureate programs earning PreK-2 Initial or PreK-2 Professional Licensure.

Masters in Early Childhood Education with Initial Licensure

This program is designed for those who hold an appropriate baccalaureate degree seeking initial licensure to teach students with and without disabilities in grades Pre-K through 2.

Bachelor of Arts Liberal Studies (dual major)

The Liberal Studies degree program has been designed to meet two major objectives: to provide you with a solid introduction to the subject matter of each area, and to allow you (through judicious use of your electives) the flexibility to combine those studies with your vocational or avocational i

Bachelor of Arts in UWW: ECE Concentration

With the assistance of faculty mentors, students design a degree-completion program with concentrations in Early Care and Education. This degree plan includes college coursework, academic credit for college-level training, and credit for prior learning from experience.