Preschool Teacher Training in Early Childhood Development

It is well understood that children who have access to a safe and supportive place to learn during the early stages of development have the best chances at success in school, and beyond. Recognizing that preschool is an investment in the future, virtually all states now offer Pre-K programs within their public school systems.

With the demand for qualified preschool teachers growing, your dream career could be well within reach. To learn about degrees in early childhood education, request information from the schools shown here. To compare programs and find the one that’s right for you, you are welcome to request information from multiple schools.

*Capella University’s Master of Science in Early Childhood Education program offers you the chance to earn advanced teaching credentials through a flexible online format designed to work with your schedule. Recognized by NAEYC and part of Capella’s NCATE-accredited professional education unit, this program can align to your personal career goals by focusing on broad learning theories, special education, or supervision in the pre-K setting.

Rasmussen College School of Education Offers a Certificate, Associate's and Bachelor's in Early Childhood Education, each offering a flexible and affordable way to prepare to teach young children in Pre-K classrooms.