Early Childhood Education (ECE) resources

Click on the links below to explore the checksheets and a sample four-year plans outlining the courses of study for an undergraduate degree in Early Childhood Education (ECE). The requirements for undergraduate certificates and endorsements can be found in the Academic Catalog. 

Additional resources

  • Visit the department's Undergraduate Student Resources page to view the latest handbook and transfer credit pre-authorization form.
  • Center for Early Learning: Advances the University of Dayton's Marianist mission to respond to changing times and engage in important community outreach by striving to attain the following goals: 1) Advance the role of the Bombeck Family Learning Center as a demonstration school, 2) Enhance the services provided by the Bombeck Institute and to inform the field through publications, presentations, web-based resources, and online and face-to-face training, 3) Support the Early Childhood Career Lattice by offering high quality online bachelor's and master's degree programs in Early Childhood Leadership and Advocacy, and 4) Be the leader in support for early childhood Catholic education.