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Prekindergarten Education

If you are passionate about working with children or if you already work in the child-care profession and want to advance your career, the Associate in Applied Science, Prekindergarten Education degree at Miami University Regionals is your next step.

  • 63 semester hours, including courses in educational psychology, teacher education, family studies and social work, and kinesiology and health.
  • Care for and educate children up to five years of age who are not yet in kindergarten. 
  • Successful completion of the Prekindergarten program meets the Ohio Department of Education requirements for the initial 5 year licensure in Prekindergarten Education.
  • Apply your credit hours to the Bachelor of Integrative Studies or to the Bachelor of Science degree in Early Childhood Education*.

*Program admission requirements must be met for the Bachelor of Science degree in Early Childhood Education to apply 40-41 earned credit hours.

If you are passionate about working with children or if you already work in the child-care profession and want to advance your career, the Associate in Applied Science, Prekindergarten Education program at Miami University Regionals is your next step.

 

Graduates with this degree are qualified for careers such as:

  • Prekindergarten Educator
  • Early Childhood Educator
  • Employed in Public, corporate, or private care centers
  • Administration at preschools, head start facilities, or private care centers

 

Prekindergarten Education Core Courses

  • EDP 201 Human Development and Learning in Social and Educational Contexts 
  • EDP 256 Psychology of the Exceptional Learner 
  • EDT 190 Introduction to Education 
  • EDT 273 Prekindergarten Integrated Curriculum I 
  • EDT 274 Prekindergarten Integrated Curriculum II
  • ENG 111 Composition and Rhetoric 1 
  • FSW 207 Serving and Supporting Children, Youth, and Families I
    • or KNH 207 Serving and Supporting Children, Youth, and Families 
  • FSW 283 Introduction to Child Care Administration 
  • FSW 382 Infant and Toddler Caregiving and Supervision 
  • KNH 245 Issues of Health & Wellness for the Young Child
  • EDL 204 Sociocultural Studies in Education 3
  • FSW 225 Family School and Community Connections 
    • or EDT 225 Family School and Community Connections
  • EDT 246P Foundations of Reading, Language, and Literacy 
  • EDT 315P Children's Literature for PK-5 Classrooms 
  • EDT 272P Introduction of Childhood Development and Education 
  • FSW 293 Field Placement: Infant/Toddler Setting 
  • FSW 294 Field Placement - Preschool Setting 
  • MTH 115 Mathematics for Teachers of Grades P-6

 

Learn more about an associate degree in Prekindergarten Education.

Prekindergarten Education

If you are passionate about working with children or if you already work in the child-care profession and want to advance your career, the Associate in Applied Science, Prekindergarten Education program at Miami University Regionals is your next step.

 

Graduates with this degree are qualified for careers such as:

  • Prekindergarten Educator
  • Early Childhood Educator
  • Employed in Public, corporate, or private care centers
  • Administration at preschools, head start facilities, or private care centers

 

Prekindergarten Education Core Courses

  • EDP 201 Human Development and Learning in Social and Educational Contexts 
  • EDP 256 Psychology of the Exceptional Learner 
  • EDT 190 Introduction to Education 
  • EDT 273 Prekindergarten Integrated Curriculum I 
  • EDT 274 Prekindergarten Integrated Curriculum II
  • ENG 111 Composition and Rhetoric 1 
  • FSW 207 Serving and Supporting Children, Youth, and Families I
    • or KNH 207 Serving and Supporting Children, Youth, and Families 
  • FSW 283 Introduction to Child Care Administration 
  • FSW 382 Infant and Toddler Caregiving and Supervision 
  • KNH 245 Issues of Health & Wellness for the Young Child
  • EDL 204 Sociocultural Studies in Education 3
  • FSW 225 Family School and Community Connections 
    • or EDT 225 Family School and Community Connections
  • EDT 246P Foundations of Reading, Language, and Literacy 
  • EDT 315P Children's Literature for PK-5 Classrooms 
  • EDT 272P Introduction of Childhood Development and Education 
  • FSW 293 Field Placement: Infant/Toddler Setting 
  • FSW 294 Field Placement - Preschool Setting 
  • MTH 115 Mathematics for Teachers of Grades P-6

 

Learn more about an associate degree in Prekindergarten Education.

 

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Miami Regionals E-Campus online courses and degrees are designed to offer students the richness of a premier education and the flexibility of learning at the location of their choice. 

  • Nationally recognized university with academic, rigorous, and accredited programs.
  • All classes are taught by credentialed Miami faculty.
  • Online students earn the same diploma as traditional campus-based students.
  • High value with competitive tuition.
  • Online course completion rates meet or exceed traditional campus-based course(s).
  • Access to virtual student services, like academic advising, tutoring, and student records.

Whether you are interested in a single course or an entire degree, we have a path to success for you.

Getting Started

Whether you’re a first-time, transfer, or returning student, getting started is simple. 

  1. Submit an application and transcripts.
  2. Complete an online orientation.
  3. Register for courses.

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