MEd in B-K Interdisciplinary Studies in Education and Development

Prepare for leadership in education and community-based settings, and develop and implement programming for young children, with and without disabilities, ages birth through five.

  • 37 credit hours
  • Fully online
  • Delivered in a synchronous (set class times) virtual classroom format
  • Choose from concentrations in Early Childhood Leadership and Advanced Teaching Licensure or Early Childhood Leadership and Program Administration
  • Administered with the Department of Human Development and Family Studies
  • Can be completed in two years
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