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.
For more information about degree requirements, visit the NSU catalog.
Degree Available at
- Broken Arrow
Transferring to NSU?
Northeastern State University offers initial teacher licensure programs at the traditional undergraduate level for graduates wishing to teach in Oklahoma. We also offer advanced licensure programs and programs for other school professionals at the graduate level. We do not guarantee to meet the licensure requirements of other states. You will be responsible for verifying that your program of study meets your desired state's licensure requirements.
Professional Licensure Disclosure
Programs at Northeastern State University that prepare students for initial licensure as educators are designed to meet the licensure standards set by the Oklahoma State Department of Education. Students seeking licensure in another state are advised to contact the appropriate licensing board in that state to determine specific requirements of guidelines for reciprocity. Northeastern State University cannot confirm whether a particular licensure program meets requirements for licensure outside of the State of Oklahoma. For a list of the state departments of education that oversee professional teaching licensure, see the U.S. Department of Education website - State Contacts page. Click here for NSU's state-specific matrix.
For questions related to licensure, please contact Lois Buttress (email@example.com).