About the courseThe Department of Teacher Education offers a Bachelor of Science in Education in Early Childhood Leadership and Advocacy. The early childhood leadership and advocacy program provides knowledge and skills required of program administrators, supervisors, teacher leaders, and advocates for effective leadership and advocacy in a variety of early childhood settings. Students will be admitted after earning an associate degree or equivalent in early childhood education or a related field. Students must complete at least 54 hours from a four-year institution, 30 semester hours of which must be completed at the University of Dayton, for a minimum of 121 credit hours.
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AboutFounded in 1850, the University of Dayton is committed to the common good. As a Catholic, Marianist university, it values building community and invite people of diverse talents and backgrounds to join them in creating a better world. UD students are bold thinkers and servant leaders who use their gifts and talents to make a positive impact on the world. More than 8,200 full-time undergraduates and 2,600 graduate and law students call UD home, and its 90 percent retention rate shows that students love UD.
Across all, the university offers more than 80 undergraduates and 50 graduate and 12 doctoral programs, numerous licensure and certificate programs, and many other ways to learn. The academics are challenging.
The University achieved a gold STARS ranking for its sustainability efforts, and Sierra magazine ranked it as Top 20 Coolest Schools list for displaying a deep and thorough commitment to protecting the environment. Inside the RecPlex, students will find every recreation amenity imaginable, including an indoor pool, an elevated track, a climbing wall, the latest exercise equipment and a juice bar. Campus Recreation offers several fitness and training programs to help students achieve healthy habits that will build a lifestyle of strength and wellness.
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The University of Daytons campus is located on approximately 388 acres on the southern border of the city of Dayton. It is divided into four sections — Historic Campus, Campus West, River Campus, and Arena Sports Complex. The campus includes 38 academic, research, athletic, and administrative buildings; five residence halls; 18 student apartment complexes; and 473 houses (347 of which are owned by the University).