B.A. Early Childhood Education Degree

At Kendall, we understand that it can be difficult to balance your family, a job and school all at the same time - that is why we have developed an even more convenient pathway for you to earn your degree while still maintaining the other important aspects of your life. 

Kendall's new non-licensure Bachelor of Arts in Early Childhood Education degree track now provides you with:

  • Far less required field work hours than that of our current non-licensure track, making it much more convenient for the working adult, like you, to balance school, family and a job
  • The chance to earn the Gateways to Opportunity Illinois Director Credential
  • A flexible online learning format that works with your schedule
  • Relevant and industry-specific concentrations of study that allow you to specialize in your topic of interest
  • New core courses that are more relevant to that of our current industry standards and your long-term leadership and administration goals, including new courses like
    • Legal Aspects of Early Childhood Administration 
    • Staff Management and Human Relations in Early Childhood Programs
    • Marketing and Public Relations for the Early Childhood Program Director

In addition to this non-licensure track, we also offer an Early Childhood Education bachelor's degree with Illinois Teacher Licensure preparation.

We look forward to having you join the Kendall family - contact an Enrollment Advisor today at 888.70.Kendall to get started on your admission process.

B.A. in Early Childhood Education Degree Requirements

B.A. in Early Childhood Education Program Data:

Preschool and Kindergarten Teachers (except special education)

Teacher Assistants

Childcare Workers