Early Childhood Education
At Hunter we believe children have the inherent capacity to learn and grow in environments that foster creative thinking. Hunter’s undergraduate Early Childhood Education program will prepare you to create caring, enriching educational experiences for children from birth to age eight. You will develop the theoretical knowledge and hands-on skills to support children across diverse cultures, abilities, settings, ages, and urban contexts. Through field observation and student teaching, you will collaborate with faculty, peers and families, to plan, implement and evaluate interventions that fit the needs of individual children.
Credits: 39-42 credits completed over 4 or 6 semesters
Certification: Early Childhood Education (Birth – Grade 2)
Eligibility Requirements to Declare Your Major
- Attend a UTEP Information Session
- Complete the Education Major Interest Form
- An interview with faculty may be required
- 30 credits in liberal arts and sciences (Prospective Early Childhood Education students may complete the major interest form after earning at least 15 credits.)
- Minimum GPA of 3.0
- Evidence of advanced writing ability through a review of English Composition and writing-intensive coursework.
- Declaration of an appropriate liberal arts and sciences major that leads to a Bachelor of Arts degree.
Eligibility and Capacity
Seats in our Education majors are limited. Unfortunately, not all eligible students are offered a seat in an education major. Candidates who are not able to pursue an education are encouraged to make an appointment with an Graduate Education Admissions Advisor or email firstname.lastname@example.org to prepare to submit an application to a master’s degree program.
UTEP Pre-major Advisor