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Early Childhood Educational Studies: Online

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Shape the hearts and minds of future generations through a BA in early childhood educational studies, online from North Greenville University.

Ranked Online Program
NGU ranked #9 on the list of “Best Online Bachelor’s in Education Degrees” by OnlineSchoolsReport.com (2020).
Your life. Your career. Your studies. Tailor your coursework and schedule to fit your needs. Elevate your future without disrupting your daily life, at NGU.
Education Graduates
South Carolina. The United States. Around the world. Over 1,200 NGU education graduates teach in both public and private schools across the globe.

Tri-County Technical College Partnership

Looking to pursue a career in early childhood education? NGU has partnered with the Technical College of the Lowcountry and Tri-County Technical College to offer a seamless transfer process to NGU’s Early Childhood Education program. Take advantage of this flexible, online program–advance your career and elevate your life.

Your Calling: Their Future

Are you ready to make a big difference in little lives? Prepare to positively impact children through a variety of professions: preschool, private, and public school teacher, childcare director, children’s ministry worker, missionary, social worker, and more. Little hearts and minds grow up to become family, community, and world leaders. Help shape future generations with an online Bachelor of Arts in early childhood education from NGU.

What Can I Do with an Online Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Educational Studies?

Early childhood education is essential for helping young children grow and learn during their crucial early years. Teachers create a supportive and exciting environment that sets the stage for a lifetime of curiosity, growth, and ongoing learning.

They use fun activities, meaningful social interactions, and age-appropriate lessons to ignite kids’ love for learning and build vital social and emotional skills for their future success. Being a teacher in this field is incredibly rewarding because you make a lasting impact and ignite a lifelong love of learning in children’s hearts.

Childcare Director

Parent Educator

Program Supervisor

Interested in transferring from TCTC to NGU? Take the next step by downloading the form, completing and provide to TCTC’s Bridge Programs Online. Addresses are included within the form.

Interested in transferring from TCL to NGU? Take the next step by downloading the form, completing and provide to TCL’s Bridge Programs Online. Addresses are included within the form.

Study Every Aspect of Early Childhood Education

Academic Success

Scientific Inquiry in a Living World

Engaging the Biblical Narrative

Oral Communication

Integrating a Biblical Worldview

Composition and Rhetoric

Composition and Literature

History Course

Contemporary Math or higher

Introduction to Psychology

Introduction to Education

Integrating Technology

Planning & Assessment

Foundations of Reading *

PE & Health Methods

Child Development

Classroom Management

Reading & Writing in the Content Area*+

Intro to Early Childhood Education

Methods & Materials for Young Child

Human Growth and Development in Education

The Exceptional Learner

Reading & Assessment I *

Reading & Assessment II *

Science and Social Studies Content +

Arts Integration +

Utilizing Technology

Math Methods for the Young Child +

Family and Community Relations

Professional Portfolio/Teaching Experience

Online Elementary & Early Childhood Education Studies

Ellen Cashion, MEd
Certificate Program Coordinator, Teacher Certification
Lori Vinson, EdD
Online Program Director, Educational Studies

Have Questions about the Online Early Childhood Educational Studies Program?

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Lori Vinson, EdD

Online Program Director, Educational Studies
864.590.5563 lori.vinson@ngu.edu
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