The Pitt-Johnstown Early Childhood Education program prepares students to teach pre-kindergarten through grade four. The curriculum includes a distribution of courses in the arts and sciences, field-connected education courses, and an academic concentration.
Early childhood educators have the opportunity for employment in a field that dramatically shapes and influences the lives of their students.
They are flexible, use a variety of instructional methods, and enjoy an autonomous work environment in both public and private schools, daycare centers, and preschool settings.
A sample of the likely first-year classes for students in Pitt-Johnstown’s early childhood education major.
- Freshman Writing I
- Intro to Psychology
- United States History
- Integrated Sciences
Please note that courses and course titles are subject to change.