Announcing New Degree Programs in Early Childhood Policy
Teachers College has a broad range of education policy offerings. View the Web site dedicated to Education Policy at Teachers College by clicking here.
The National Center for Children and Families at Teachers College, Columbia University, is pleased to offer new Ed.M (Masters) and Ed.D (Doctorate) degree programs in Early Childhood Policy.
Including seminars on essential policy topics, internships in a choice of state, local, or national institutional settings, and access to a diverse faculty and the resources of Teachers College, these programs will allow you to:
- Increase your knowledge of Early Childhood Policy (ECP) issues, and earn an advanced degree
- Combine theoretical knowledge with practical interdisciplinary experiences
- Learn about key policy issues connected to pedagogy, programs, and practice
- Engage in policy analysis and the study of policy making related to young children and their families
- Gain front-line policy experience with a policy internship
- Examine the links between Early Childhood (EC) research, practice and policy
- Determine your future in the arena of EC public policy
- Learn from a diverse faculty
- Participate in research at the National Center for Children and Families
Ed.M. (Masters) Degree Requirements
Ed.D. (Doctorate) Requirements