An independent college search and rankings website, SuperScholar, has ranked National Louis University among the 50 Best Online Master’s in Early Childhood Education Programs for 2015.
The non-profit website said it ranked universities’ programs based on affordability, starting salaries of recent grads, market reputation, awards and recognition, and flexibility.
National Louis University’s Master of Education in Early Childhood Administration is designed for students who already have a bachelor’s degree and want to lead the way for young children’s journey into education. Graduates of this program often work as administrators of early childhood center education programs, preschool owners or administrators, Head Start component coordinators and consultants who work with early childhood programs.
Students take classes in a cohort and build long-lasting professional relationships with other students.
Students participating in the online Master’s in Early Childhood Administration program will have the opportunity to work toward attainment of the Illinois Level III Directors Credential while fulfilling the requirements for their graduate degree.
Leslie Katch, Ph.D., is the program coordinator of NLU’s Early Childhood Administration/Early Childhood Education team. She, along with Xioali Wen, Ph.D., Ayn Keneman, Ed.D., Lisa Downey, M.Ed. and highly qualified adjunct professors, teach the coursework.
“These faculty keep the online coursework relevant and engaging,” said Sheri Bressman, Ed.D., department chair. “We are so happy that the program has been recognized as a leader in online education; this is due to their efforts.”
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