Master of Education in Early Childhood Education

The Early Childhood Education major prepares students to teach in diverse and inclusive environments, including homes, schools and other community settings which serve children from birth to age eight and their families. Graduates will know how to design, implement and evaluate curriculum in a variety of settings that promote positive learning outcomes for each child.

Program Goal

Designed for teachers and other leaders in Early Childhood Education, this program emphasizes instruction, curriculum development, and assessment within the interdisciplinary approach.

Program Information

To obtain an application for Graduate Admission and more specific information about the Master of Education in Early Childhood, Special Education, or Reading, please contact:

Special Education: 918-444-3786
Reading: 918-444-3776
Early Childhood: 918-449-6523

Degree Available at

  • Broken Arrow
  • Online

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Dr. Anita Ede
Assistant Professor
BAED 162
Curriculum & Instruction - BA