Early Childhood Education Technology

The Early Childhood Education Technology program provides preparation for a professional career in early childhood education spanning a variety of career options. This discipline includes classroom instruction, supervised laboratory experiences, and work-based learning experiences. Students will develop competencies that enable them to provide services, teach, and guide young children in various early childhood professions.

  • Offered at the Senatobia campus only

  • Students who successfully complete 30 semester credit hours earn a career certificate.

  • Students who successfully complete 45 semester credit hours earn a technical certificate. 

  • Students who successfully complete 60 semester credit hours earn an Associate of Applied Science degree in Early Childhood Education.

*The content for the Child Development Associate (CDA) Credential is embedded in the Early Childhood Education Technology course work.

Note: Jobs are available for students who complete this discipline in public, private, corporate or parochial early childhood education programs, including those in public and private child care centers that serve children of all socioeconomic levels and abilities.

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