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Child Development & Degree Programs

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The importance of studying childhood development may have only come to light in the recent decades, but parents, teachers, school administrators, child care providers and social scientists alike are realizing its value. If you love working with children and want to help them succeed, this field might be just what you're looking for.

Coursework in childhood development aims to help you learn to accurately observe and assess the development of children, build healthy family and community relationships, communicate with children in a developmentally effective way, design an enriching curriculum for young students and more.

If you're concerned that you might not have the free time or money to enroll in a full-time study plan, many institutions offer online childhood development degrees that may provide schedule and cost flexibility. Hybrid or online degrees for childhood development students often allow you to attend lectures and complete assignments at your own pace, giving you more control over your study plan.

Best Colleges for Child Development Degree Programs

In order to determine the best schools that offer childhood development degrees, we took data from the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) and ran it through our multi-point methodology to come up with an overall score for each institution. Click the button to learn more about how we calculated the rankings, and read on to see which schools made the grade.

Methodology
1Sinte Gleska University+
ADMISSION RATE
Open
TEST REQUIREMENTS
N/A
APPLICATION FEE
$74
NO. OF ONLINE PROGRAMS
0

The child development degree programs at our No. 1 school come in the form of elementary education and special education programs. As such, they tend to focus more on guiding the development of children in a classroom setting than studying it from an academic perspective.

The basic elementary education curriculum at Sinte Gleska University comes with an option to specialize in the subject area that students wish to teach. The special education program contains upper-division courses in the challenges and opportunities of teaching children with mild, moderate, severe or profound disabilities.

SGU is a Lakota tribal college and includes courses on Lakota language and history with each of the degree programs mentioned here. It took the No. 2 spot among schools on our list for its affordable tuition and has an open admission policy.

Additional Info
2University of Maine at Farmington+
ADMISSION RATE
83%
TEST REQUIREMENTS
N/A
APPLICATION FEE
N/A
NO. OF ONLINE PROGRAMS
0

This New England institution posted the second-highest graduation rate among schools that made our top ten and had a student-faculty ratio of 14:1, which was more favorable than the 2016 national university average of 16:1. It also ranked No. 1 for the proportion of its 2015 graduates who studied some form of childhood development while in school.

A wide range of education degrees are available at the University of Maine at Farmington, including early childhood education, early childhood special education, elementary education and more. The early childhood education degree, which is likely to be most relevant to the childhood development field, has both certification and non-certification study plans and allows you to focus on the period of either birth to five years or kindergarten through third grade.

Additional Info
3Edinboro University of Pennsylvania+
ADMISSION RATE
96%
TEST REQUIREMENTS
Required
APPLICATION FEE
$30
NO. OF ONLINE PROGRAMS
14

Edinboro University of Pennsylvania is one of the best colleges for childhood development degree programs that don't focus their attention on classroom education. The Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree in psychology with an applied developmental concentration requires courses in developmental psychology and psychology of the family and offers an elective in psychological assessment.

Online degrees for childhood development students are available at this northwestern Pennsylvania school as well, in such subjects as early childhood education, special education, educational psychology, art education and more. Students can also earn a certificate in autism spectrum disorders through online courses. Most of the online childhood development degrees at EU are Master of Arts (M.A.) and Master of Education (M.Ed.) programs, so you'll need to earn a bachelor's degree first before applying.

Additional Info
4The University of Montana-Western+
ADMISSION RATE
Open
TEST REQUIREMENTS
N/A
APPLICATION FEE
$30
NO. OF ONLINE PROGRAMS
2

Childhood development degree programs at the University of Montana Western primarily take the form of B.S. degrees in elementary and early childhood education. Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) degrees in early childhood education and education studies — for those who want to prepare for a career as a teacher's aide or assistant teacher before committing to a full bachelor's program — are also available.

The open admissions policy at UMW ensures that any student who wishes to enroll there will be equally considered, regardless of their past academic performance or scores on standardized admissions tests. The Dillon, Montana, school also offers courses on weekends and in the evenings, for students who want to attend school on a brick-and-mortar campus but need a flexible schedule in order to fit their degree plan into their busy work and family lives.

Additional Info
5Wright State University-Lake Campus+
ADMISSION RATE
99%
TEST REQUIREMENTS
Required
APPLICATION FEE
$30
NO. OF ONLINE PROGRAMS
2

The Lake Campus of Wright State University, located in Dayton, Ohio, focuses on flexibility for its students. Not only do they offer degrees and courses that can be completed in the evenings or on weekends, but the 45 percent of students enrolled at least partially in distance education courses gave it the No. 3 spot among the best schools for online childhood development degrees on our list.

Elementary education degrees are the most prominent childhood development study plans at the Lake Campus. The Bachelor of Science in Education (B.S.Ed.) degree plan includes sections in educational psychology, literacy and language development methods, positive child guidance and appropriate techniques for managing exceptional children in a classroom setting.

Additional Info
6Granite State College+
ADMISSION RATE
Open
TEST REQUIREMENTS
N/A
APPLICATION FEE
N/A
NO. OF ONLINE PROGRAMS
40

This New Hampshire school was No. 1 on our list when it came to online degrees for childhood development students. More than 81 percent of students at Granite State College took at least some of their classes online in 2015, and the early childhood education degrees available here require only a few on-campus courses over the course of their four-year study plans.

Childhood development students at GSC choose between general education and special education certification tracks. The curriculum of the degree plan is largely the same for each track, they just culminate in different certification tests.

Students earning GSC's online childhood development degrees outside of the state of New Hampshire should check with an advisor to make sure the certification they earn will suffice for teaching jobs in their state.

Additional Info
7Bethesda University+
ADMISSION RATE
Open
TEST REQUIREMENTS
N/A
APPLICATION FEE
$50
NO. OF ONLINE PROGRAMS
7

Bethesda University recorded the top graduation rate among schools that made our top ten, perhaps thanks in part to its commitment to flexibility for students with non-traditional scheduling needs. Weekend and evening classes are available at this small, Christian faith-based California school, and more than 78 percent of the 2015 student body took at least some distance education coursework as part of their degree plans.

The bachelor's degree program in early childhood education at BU requires 57 hours of professional study, including courses in guidance and discipline, early childhood development, theories of play and children's experience of creativity. Non-degree certificates for preschool teachers and administrators can be earned with just 12 or 15 credit hours of study, depending on the specifics of the program you choose.

Additional Info
8Dalton State College+
ADMISSION RATE
Open
TEST REQUIREMENTS
N/A
APPLICATION FEE
$30
NO. OF ONLINE PROGRAMS
1

This Georgia school charged students the third-lowest average amount for tuition and fees in 2015 and rolled more than 54 percent of its 2015 budget back into student services, course development and other instructional and academic support expenses. The selection of childhood development degree programs at Dalton State College include a two-year Associate of Science (A.S.) degree and a full, four-year B.S., both in early childhood education.

The early childhood education bachelor's at Dalton State includes a senior-year internship and an optional English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) endorsement. The associate degree plan draws largely from the same course catalog as the B.S., meaning that those who choose to take the A.S. track first should have no problem transferring their earned credits forward when they're ready to take the next step.

Additional Info
9CUNY Brooklyn College+
ADMISSION RATE
37%
TEST REQUIREMENTS
Required
APPLICATION FEE
$65
NO. OF ONLINE PROGRAMS
0

Founded in 1930, Brooklyn College of the City University of New York is the largest institution among our ten best schools for childhood development degree programs, more than doubling the number of degrees awarded by our second-largest college. Its graduation rate was high enough to place third among schools that made our list and no other school in our top ten spent a bigger piece of their budget on instructional expenses.

The B.S.Ed. in childhood education at Brooklyn College consists of 33 credits of pedagogical study alongside a standard general education core and either a second major or a 30-credit liberal arts and sciences concentration. The program qualifies students to receive grade 1-6 teaching certification in the state of New York and prepares them to teach in New York City schools.

Additional Info
10Oglala Lakota College+
ADMISSION RATE
Open
TEST REQUIREMENTS
N/A
APPLICATION FEE
$40
NO. OF ONLINE PROGRAMS
0

Our No. 10 school is another tribal college in South Dakota, this time in the small southwestern town of Kyle. Oglala Lakota College took the No. 1 spot for tuition and fees affordability among schools on our list, charging students an average of less than $2,700 in 2015, and featured a highly agreeable student-faculty ratio of 9:1 the same year.

The childhood development degree programs at OLC consist of Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) and an Associate of Arts (A.A.) programs in early childhood education. The bachelor's degree includes a 58-credit teacher education core, larger than many similar programs, and contains courses in child growth and development, family literacy, assessment methods for young children, techniques for infant/toddler education, curriculum development and more. A 15-credit program of Lakota studies is also required.

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Common Career Paths

Earning a degree in childhood development can open up new opportunities for educators, social scientists, childhood caregivers and others. Although some of the careers available to childhood development graduates may not require a full-fledged degree in the discipline, specialized knowledge of the ways in which children grow can provide professionals who work with young minds an extra measure of confidence and capability when doing their jobs.

  • Kindergarten teachers help prepare young students for a lifetime of learning by teaching them reading, writing, basic math, group communication and other essential basic skills
  • Special education teachers work in classrooms and other settings to educate students who have a variety of mental, physical, emotional and learning disabilities
  • Clinical child psychologists use the tools of clinical psychology to help children with stress, mental disorders, developmental problems, cognitive difficulties and trauma recovery

Career outlooks for childhood development

Employment projections for positions that employ childhood development graduates can help you better target your education toward gaps in the job market. Here's a quick look at some projections for top childhood development careers.

Position
Employment (2016)
Average Salary
(2016)
Expected Job Growth
(2014-2024)
Clinical, Counseling, and School Psychologists107,980$78,69019.6%
Special Education Teachers, Preschool28,140$56,9909%
Preschool Teachers, Except Special Education385,550$33,3006.7%
Special Education Teachers, Kindergarten and Elementary School190,530$60,0906.3%
Source: 2016 Occupational Employment Statistics and 2014-24 Employment Projections, Bureau of Labor Statistics, BLS.gov.

Q&A with an expert

Dr. Stephen Hupp, professor of clinical child psychology at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
Dr. Stephen Hupp
Professor of clinical child psychology at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
Q:

What would have been helpful to know about the child development job market when you were looking into your own education?

A:

There are so many possible career paths including clinical-child psychology, school psychology, pediatric psychology, applied behavior analysis, counseling, and education.

Q:

What surprised you the most about the value of child development training once you joined the workforce?

A:

The same degree can lead to many possible career paths. For example, I have a colleague with a degree in school psychology, but he functions more like a clinical-child psychologist. Conversely, I have my degree in clinical-child psychology but I function more like a school psychologist for Head Start. Moreover, we're both professors who teach, do research, and write about child development.

Q:

What's some advice you might have for a student who wants to make a living studying or applying the principles of child development?

A:

Start getting experience now! Getting experience helps students figure out which path they would like to take, and also increase the likelihood that students are able to get accepted in to the training programs designed for their chosen path.

Professional organizations for childhood development

There are many benefits to joining a professional organization, whether you're already a working professional or a student aspiring to make a splash in your field after finishing your degree. Organizations typically offer such amenities as professional development opportunities, annual conferences, networking events, general career resources and enhanced access to the latest research and scholarship being produced in your discipline. Here's a short list of professional organizations for childhood development students and graduates.

Financial aid and scholarships in childhood development

Scholarship and grant options for childhood development students tend to focus on specific geographic or demographic areas, such as Bright Futures Scholarship for Florida residents and the Nancy Bartlett Hitch Student Scholarship for members of the Association for Childhood Education International (ACEI). Specific institutions and organizations may offer their own aid programs as well.

 
ACLS/New York Public Library Fellowship
Applicant must identify specific resources and benefits to be gained from affiliation with the Center for Scholars and Writers. Applicant must be selected by both ACLS Committee and the New York Public Library. Applications must be submitted through the ACLS Online Fellowship Application system (OFA). OFA is accessible through the Fellowship and Grant Programs section of the web site. Applicant must apply separately to the Cullman Center at the New York Public Library (csw@nypl.org).
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AWARD AMOUNT

$65,000

APPLICATION DEADLINE

September 28

 

 

 
Child Development Grant
Applicant must be pursing a career in child development. Recipient will be required to provide one year of full-time service in a licensed children's center for each year they receive the grant.
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AWARD AMOUNT

$6,000

APPLICATION DEADLINE

March 2

RENEWAL CRITERIA

Reapplication required for renewal.

 
Erica M. O'Brien Memorial Scholarship
Applicant must be a woman and a Colorado resident who is planning a course of study relating to young children. Selection is based upon academic merit and financial need. Essay required.
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AWARD AMOUNT

$3,500

APPLICATION DEADLINE

March 1

RENEWAL CRITERIA

Renewable for an additional two years if recipient maintains a minimum 2.5 GPA and financial need.

 
Child Care Provider Scholarship
Applicant must be a Maryland resident, have a high school diploma or equivalent, and enroll as a full-time student with at least 15 credit hours per week, or if working at a child care or family day care center, enroll for at least six credits per semester, while working at a child care or family day care center no less than 15 hours per week.
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AWARD AMOUNT

$2,000

APPLICATION DEADLINE

June 15

RENEWAL CRITERIA

Award is renewable if recipient maintains a cumulative 2.0 GPA.

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Methodology

To be included in these rankings, all schools must meet the following initial criteria for the specific subject being ranked.

  1. Offer an undergraduate degree (either associate or bachelor’s) in that subject.
  2. Have awarded at least one degree or certificate in that subject in the most recent year of IPEDS data available.

Based on those criteria, we ranked all 2-year and 4-year schools in IPEDS that reported data for all of the following points. Ratings are calculated on a 10-point scale, using the weights specified.

  1. In-state undergraduate tuition & fees, National Center for Education Statistics, 2015
  2. Graduation rate, National Center for Education Statistics, 2015
  3. Accessibility, based on admissions rate, National Center for Education Statistics, 2015
  4. Institutional spending, based on two equally weighted factors, National Center for Education Statistics, 2015
    • Instructional and academic support expenses per full-time enrolled student
    • Instructional and academic support spending as a percentage of all expenses
  5. Student-to-faculty ratio, National Center for Education Statistics, 2015
  6. Flexibility, based on the following factors, National Center for Education Statistics, 2015
    • Percent of students enrolled fully or partly in distance education
    • Whether the school offers programs that can be completed entirely in the evenings and on weekends
    • Whether the school offers academic and career counseling
    • Whether the school offers job placement services for students who complete their programs
    • Whether the school offers any alternative tuition plans, such as a payment plan or guaranteed rate
  7. Size of program, based on how many of the degrees and certificates awarded in 2014-15 were in this particular subject, National Center for Education Statistics, 2015
  8. Related subjects, based on the number of similar topics for programs in relevant CIP codes that are offered at any level, National Center for Education Statistics, 2015
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Bethesda University
Basic Information
Test Score Data
Address
730 N. Euclid St
City
Anaheim
State
CA
Zip Code
92801
Website
www.buc.edu
Test Scores
N/A
SAT Critical Reading 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
SAT Critical Math 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
SAT Writing 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
ACT Composite 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
Campus/School Overview
Campus Environment
City: Large
School Type
Private not-for-profit
Total UnderGraduate Enrollment
279
UnderGraduate Application Fee
$50
Admission Rate
Open
Offers On-Campus Housing
No
In-State Tution & Fees
$9,110
Student-to-Faculty Ratio
110060
Number of Online Programs Offered
7
Percent of Students Enrolled in Online Classes
78%
Dalton State College
Basic Information
Test Score Data
Address
650 College Drive
City
Dalton
State
GA
Zip Code
30720
Website
https://www.daltonstate.edu/index.cms
Test Scores
N/A
SAT Critical Reading 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
SAT Critical Math 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
SAT Writing 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
ACT Composite 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
Campus/School Overview
Campus Environment
Small
School Type
Public
Total UnderGraduate Enrollment
5,044
UnderGraduate Application Fee
$30
Admission Rate
Open
Offers On-Campus Housing
Yes
In-State Tution & Fees
$3,440
Student-to-Faculty Ratio
139463
Number of Online Programs Offered
1
Percent of Students Enrolled in Online Classes
12%
University of Maine at Farmington
Basic Information
Test Score Data
Address
224 Main St.
City
Farmington
State
ME
Zip Code
04938
Website
www.umf.maine.edu
Test Scores
N/A
SAT Critical Reading 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
SAT Critical Math 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
SAT Writing 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
ACT Composite 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
Campus/School Overview
Campus Environment
Town: Remote
School Type
Public
Total UnderGraduate Enrollment
1,795
UnderGraduate Application Fee
N/A
Admission Rate
83%
Offers On-Campus Housing
Yes
In-State Tution & Fees
$9,217
Student-to-Faculty Ratio
161226
Number of Online Programs Offered
0
Percent of Students Enrolled in Online Classes
3%
The University of Montana-Western
Basic Information
Test Score Data
Address
710 S Atlantic
City
Dillon
State
MT
Zip Code
59725
Website
www.umwestern.edu
Test Scores
N/A
SAT Critical Reading 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
SAT Critical Math 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
SAT Writing 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
ACT Composite 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
Campus/School Overview
Campus Environment
Town: Remote
School Type
Public
Total UnderGraduate Enrollment
1,403
UnderGraduate Application Fee
$30
Admission Rate
Open
Offers On-Campus Housing
Yes
In-State Tution & Fees
$4,835
Student-to-Faculty Ratio
180692
Number of Online Programs Offered
2
Percent of Students Enrolled in Online Classes
22%
Granite State College
Basic Information
Test Score Data
Address
25 Hall Street
City
Concord
State
NH
Zip Code
03301
Website
www.granite.edu
Test Scores
N/A
SAT Critical Reading 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
SAT Critical Math 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
SAT Writing 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
ACT Composite 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
Campus/School Overview
Campus Environment
Town: Fringe
School Type
Public
Total UnderGraduate Enrollment
1,865
UnderGraduate Application Fee
N/A
Admission Rate
Open
Offers On-Campus Housing
No
In-State Tution & Fees
$7,257
Student-to-Faculty Ratio
183257
Number of Online Programs Offered
40
Percent of Students Enrolled in Online Classes
82%
CUNY Brooklyn College
Basic Information
Test Score Data
Address
2900 Bedford Ave
City
Brooklyn
State
NY
Zip Code
11210
Website
www.brooklyn.cuny.edu
Test Scores
Required
SAT Critical Reading 25th-75th Percentile
490-580
SAT Critical Math 25th-75th Percentile
530-630
SAT Writing 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
ACT Composite 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
Campus/School Overview
Campus Environment
City: Large
School Type
Public
Total UnderGraduate Enrollment
14,207
UnderGraduate Application Fee
$65
Admission Rate
37%
Offers On-Campus Housing
Yes
In-State Tution & Fees
$6,838
Student-to-Faculty Ratio
190549
Number of Online Programs Offered
0
Percent of Students Enrolled in Online Classes
6%
Wright State University-Lake Campus
Basic Information
Test Score Data
Address
7600 St. Rt. 703
City
Celina
State
OH
Zip Code
45822
Website
lake.wright.edu
Test Scores
Required
SAT Critical Reading 25th-75th Percentile
400-480
SAT Critical Math 25th-75th Percentile
470-520
SAT Writing 25th-75th Percentile
385-440
ACT Composite 25th-75th Percentile
18-23
Campus/School Overview
Campus Environment
Rural: Fringe
School Type
Public
Total UnderGraduate Enrollment
1,158
UnderGraduate Application Fee
$30
Admission Rate
99%
Offers On-Campus Housing
Yes
In-State Tution & Fees
$5,842
Student-to-Faculty Ratio
206613
Number of Online Programs Offered
2
Percent of Students Enrolled in Online Classes
45%
Edinboro University of Pennsylvania
Basic Information
Test Score Data
Address
219 Meadville Street
City
Edinboro
State
PA
Zip Code
16444
Website
www.edinboro.edu/
Test Scores
Required
SAT Critical Reading 25th-75th Percentile
430-530
SAT Critical Math 25th-75th Percentile
420-520
SAT Writing 25th-75th Percentile
400-500
ACT Composite 25th-75th Percentile
17-23
Campus/School Overview
Campus Environment
Town: Fringe
School Type
Public
Total UnderGraduate Enrollment
5,246
UnderGraduate Application Fee
$30
Admission Rate
96%
Offers On-Campus Housing
Yes
In-State Tution & Fees
$9,536
Student-to-Faculty Ratio
212160
Number of Online Programs Offered
14
Percent of Students Enrolled in Online Classes
25%
Oglala Lakota College
Basic Information
Test Score Data
Address
490 Piya Wiconi Road
City
Kyle
State
SD
Zip Code
57752
Website
www.olc.edu
Test Scores
N/A
SAT Critical Reading 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
SAT Critical Math 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
SAT Writing 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
ACT Composite 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
Campus/School Overview
Campus Environment
Rural: Remote
School Type
Public
Total UnderGraduate Enrollment
1,320
UnderGraduate Application Fee
$40
Admission Rate
Open
Offers On-Campus Housing
Yes
In-State Tution & Fees
$2,684
Student-to-Faculty Ratio
219277
Number of Online Programs Offered
0
Percent of Students Enrolled in Online Classes
7%
Sinte Gleska University
Basic Information
Test Score Data
Address
E. Highway 18, 101 Antelope Lake Circle
City
Mission
State
SD
Zip Code
57555
Website
www.sintegleska.edu
Test Scores
N/A
SAT Critical Reading 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
SAT Critical Math 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
SAT Writing 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
ACT Composite 25th-75th Percentile
N/A
Campus/School Overview
Campus Environment
Rural: Remote
School Type
Private not-for-profit
Total UnderGraduate Enrollment
535
UnderGraduate Application Fee
$74
Admission Rate
Open
Offers On-Campus Housing
No
In-State Tution & Fees
$3,154
Student-to-Faculty Ratio
219374
Number of Online Programs Offered
0
Percent of Students Enrolled in Online Classes
N/A
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