Pathway to a BA in Early Childhood Education - Total Testing Education

Pathway to a BA in Early Childhood Education

Build a child’s future.

Invest in Early Childhood Education studies to encourage children’s love of learning and offer each child their best possible start in life. Learn how to be a competent and effective professional in the child development and early childhood education fields. Earning a degree gives you a competitive edge for public and private preschool and daycare center jobs. Complete Felician University’s Early Childhood Education bachelor’s degree program in less than 4 years and earn a regionally accredited and state-approved degree so you can easily achieve state certification. 

Future Opportunities

Your Early Childhood Education degree can pave the way to jobs in:

  • Preschool Teacher
  • Kindergarten & Elementary School Teacher
  • Nanny
  • Childcare Center Director
  • Childcare Worker
  • Special Education Teacher
  • Graduate School Student

Degree Breakdown

130 credits are required to earn an Early Childhood Education degree from Felician University. This is a dual degree and includes Psychology.

Total Testing Education Courses

Total Testing students will take 25 approved courses using the Total Testing Education platform. These include:

Early Childhood Education7 courses
Psychology and Sociology5 courses
English and Literature3 courses
Math and Science3 courses
Art and Politics3 courses
Communications1 course
Technology1 course

Felician University Credits

Upon completion of the Total Testing Education courses, enroll at Felician University and complete 55 credits with Felician University online.

Education23 credits
Psychology21 credits
Clinical Internship8 credits
Comparative Religion3 credits

Degree pathway courses offered by Total Testing Education are recommended for credit by the National College Credit Recommendation Service (NCCRS), a program of the Board of Regents of the university of the State of New York, and are administered by our testing partners Consortium for International Studies (CIS) and Coopersmith Consulting Company (CCC). Courses meeting degree requirements are approved for credit transfer by our partner colleges.