Certificate Early Childhood Education

16

Fortune 500 Companies Headquartered in the Twin Cities

4,500+

Enrollment (1,400 on-campus undergraduates)

10

average number of student events per week

10 minutes

travel time to downtown Minneapolis and downtown St. Paul

1893

the year Concordia was founded

Program Overview
Credit Hours: 12

Students earning this certificate will not only gain insight in the growth and development of children, but will also learn the best practices in early childhood. Additionally, they will study the historical and present role of adults within the field of early childhood educators.

A career in this field may require you to meet certain licensing, training, and other requirements that can vary by vocation and state. You should check with your state, local government and/or licensing board to find out which requirements may be applicable in your state.

Children come to us in all different types of shapes, sizes and behaviors. Therefore, it is very important for Early Childhood Professionals to continue educating themselves in order to be more proficient in their line of work.

Students earning this certificate will not only gain insight in the growth and development of children, but will also learn the best practices in early childhood. Additionally, they will study the historical and present role of adults within the field of early childhood educators.

Participants may take one class, to explore a topic, or all the courses in a series to complete a certificate. There are no prerequisites to register for these classes, and students have the option of earning semester college credits or non-credit.