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Early Childhood Leadership and Advocacy program

Designed for experienced early childhood professionals

Teacher and students in preschool classroom

The Early Childhood Leadership and Advocacy program at the University of Dayton is designed for experienced early childhood professionals — such as program administrators, supervisors, teacher leaders and other professionals — who work with and advocate for young children and their families.

This online program offers the following non-licensure degrees and certificate:

Note: These degree and certificate programs are non-licensure programs. To learn more about teaching licensure degrees, visit the Department of Teacher Education >>

Is online learning for you?

Test out the quality of our online offerings by taking one of our online trainings, offered through the Bombeck Institute.

These trainings require only five contact hours to complete, and are informative, engaging, affordable. Credits from these trainings can apply toward your degree — should you decide the UD Early Childhood Leadership and Advocacy Program is for you.

Nationally ranked programs & degrees
The University of Dayton School of Education and Health Sciences is proud to offer multiple nationally ranked programs and degrees, including the Early Childhood Leadership and Advocacy program.
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CONTACT

Center for Early Learning

Bombeck Family Learning Center
300 College Park
Dayton, Ohio 45469 - 2800
937-229-2158
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