The early childhood education major at LSUS is hands-on and classroom-focused. Learn more about the diverse course selections, professional development opportunities, and clinical experiences you’ll find in this program.
The types of courses early childhood education majors take at LSUS are both innovative and traditional. Topics include classroom organization, the reading process, technology in the classroom, collaboration for inclusive learning and more.
From professional associations to student-run organizations, education majors join a variety of clubs on campus. They include Kappa Delta Pi Honor Society, Educators Rising Collegiate, and the Louisiana Association of Educators Student Program. Members of these organizations have the opportunity to attend workshops and networking events throughout Louisiana.
Resources to succeed
Early childhood education majors have direct access to the Pilot Educational Center. The center offers storytelling support, laminating machines, a lab dedicated to Praxis preparation and more.
Financial aid for education majors
Every year, LSUS students are awarded more than $12.4 in scholarships. Education majors have the opportunity to qualify for additional scholarships.
Explore the types of financial aid you could qualify for as an early childhood education major.
Reach your goals, your way
At LSUS, we offer both traditional undergraduate teaching certifications with the option for additional add-on certifications specializing in English as a Second Language, Special Education and more! We also have TeachLSUS, an abbreviated pathway to a teaching certification for those who already possess an undergraduate degree.