Post University's A.S. in Early Childhood Education degree program is designed to provide students with the appropriate skills and techniques to support the development of children ages birth through 8 years-old.
Students who attain an A.S. in Early Childhood Education from Post University can expect to have achieved the outcomes listed below.
CORE A.S. IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION OUTCOMES
- Students will demonstrate an understanding of young children’s characteristics and development across all domains both as individuals and as a group.
- Students will apply their knowledge and understanding of family, culture and community characteristics when building effective relationships with families and children.
- Students will communicate their essential understanding of the goals, benefits and appropriate uses of assessment.
- Students will implement developmentally effective approaches to curriculum and instruction that are research-based, culturally sensitive, appropriate for each and every child, and incorporate the children’s family as partners.
- Students will demonstrate research-based content knowledge in early education.
- Students will maintain a professional commitment to children, families, colleagues and the early childhood community.
- Students will communicate effectively and professionally both orally and through writing.