Teacher Education: Early Childhood Development

The goal of Ohio Christian University’s Early Childhood Development program, leading to an Associate of Arts degree, is to graduate competent, caring, and qualified teachers for public and private child care settings. The program integrates a Christian worldview and constructivist philosophy of education. For those who desire to work with young children to an extent beyond babysitting, and yet do not desire a four year teacher education degree, this program is an excellent alternative. In the event that a four year degree is eventually sought, OCU’s Early Childhood Development program can be fully applied to an OCU teacher education degree.

Degree Title: Associate of Arts
Available Formats: Traditional Undergraduate
Program Core Credit Hours: 67 semester credit hours
Additional Academic Requirements: 

General Education Core = 39 hours

Religion Core = 10 hours