Master of Science in Education,
Master of Education
Bank Street's Early Childhood General Education master's programs prepare graduate students for work with children aged 0-8, and leads to certification. Learn a developmental-interaction approach to early childhood education that enables you to support the growth, development and learning of the whole child. Learn to work collaboratively in general and inclusive classrooms and to become an advocate for the children you teach. Learn to develop age-appropriate curricula that engage children and encourage them to explore the full range of subject areas (reading, math, science, social studies and the arts), follow their own curiosity, and forge their own paths of learning. The program, grounded in progressive education theory, includes a full year of supervised fieldwork and advisement. Programs include: Early Childhood General, Special & General, or Special Education, Early Childhood Special and General or Special Education Dual Degree with Columbia School of Social Work, Early Childhood and Childhood Education General Education Dual Certification, and Dual Language/Bilingual Early Childhood General, General & Special, or Special Education
Bank Street College is accredited by the Regents Accreditation of Teacher Education (RATE) and by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools.