|EDUU 600||Research and Evaluation Methods||
|EDUU 605||Democracy, Education and Social Change||
|EDUU 606||Seminar in Learning Theory||
|EDUU 607||Seminar in Comparative Education||
|EDUU 608||Seminar in the Social Foundations of Education||
|EDUU 609||Seminar in Curriculum Studies||
|Core Courses Subtotal||
MA in Education, Leadership in Early Childhood Education
Develop the skills needed for a career as an administrator, director or college instructor of early childhood education programs. This master’s focuses on skills for leadership in education that will help you move your career into program management.
Master’s in Educational Leadership, Early Childhood Degree Overview
By earning a master’s degree in leadership in education, you will be equipped to lead early childhood programs by focusing on fiscal planning skills, marketing, human resources and leadership. You will learn to develop innovative curricula and evaluate programs using standards set by the National Association for Education of Young Children (NAEYC).
In the master’s in education leadership, early childhood program, you will:
- Analyze the effectiveness of any early childhood education program based on NAEYC standards.
- Utilize theories of learning and brain research to enhance teaching and student learning.
- Evaluate curriculum design and curricular decisions as they relate to meeting the diverse needs of students.
- Analyze issues and make ethical decisions within an educational context.
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Applicants for the master’s in educational leadership, early childhood program must complete the formal application process with all required documents, which include:
- Completed application
- GPA: Meet 1 of these 4 GPA options for admission
- Two letters of recommendation from individuals familiar with the candidate in an academic setting
- Official transcripts from all regionally accredited institutions where baccalaureate and/or post-baccalaureate coursework was completed or attempted
- Hold one of the following certifications: California Child Development Associate Teacher Permit or higher, Single Subject Credential Home Economics, Child Development Associate Credential or a comparable credential
This program is only available to California residents.
For information about exam/test score requirements, please reference the University of Massachusetts Global Catalog
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Master of Arts in Education MAE Program Curriculum
Course List Code Title Credits Emphasis Required Courses EDUU 640 Foundations of Leadership in Early Childhood Settings
EDUU 641 Public Policy and Fiscal Planning for Early Childhood Leaders
EDUU 642 Leadership and Human Resources in Early Childhood Settings
EDUU 643 Leading Change in Early Childhood Programs: Capstone
There are definite financial advantages to getting a master’s degree. You have the ability to max out on the pay scale. Initially, this was a motivator for me, but once I got into my master’s program and saw how I could apply what I was learning in my classroom, it wasn’t about the money so much anymore.
Brandman* has taught me a lot about teaching to different levels of students.