American Montessori Society: Early Childhood Education
This program is designed for students with a bachelor’s degree. Students take courses leading to American Montessori Society certification while simultaneously working on a master’s degree. Upon completion of the Montessori courses, they will need only 6 hours to complete the master’s program. This master’s degree plan contains concentration in Montessori methods and supportive coursework in other fields, research, and evaluation.
Classes meet Monday–Friday, 9am–4pm
- Sensory Motor Learning (ECED 5113) (3 credit hours): May 30–June 9, 2017
- Music and Movement: August 1-2, 2017
- Psychological Bases of Learning and Guiding Young Children (ECED 5504) (4 credit hours): June 12-23, 2017
- Perceptual Development (ECED 5203) (3 credit hours): June 26–July 7, 2017
- Basic Concepts of Early Math (ECED 5603) (3 credit hours): July 10–19, 2017
- Language and Reading Development and Cultural Studies (ECED 5213) (3 credit hours): July 20-July 31, 2017 and August 3-4.
After finishing the above classes, students complete a half-internship 5 days a week in a Montessori 3–6 classroom for 9.5 months.
- Fall Seminar (ECED 5163) (3 credit hours): 1 weekend (Friday-Sunday)
- Spring Seminar (ECED 5263) (3 credit hours): 1 weekend (Friday-Sunday)
- Materials Construction and Design (ECED 5022) (2 credit hours): Fall semester
- Materials Construction and Design (ECED 5172) (2 credit hours): Spring semester
- Methods of Research or Research and Writing (3 hrs): Fall semester or Spring semester
- Evaluation of Young Children (3 hrs): Fall semester
For other financial aid, check with the Oklahoma City University Office of Financial Aid.###
The Montessori Program at OCU is accredited by the MACTE commission and affiliated by AMS.
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For further information, contact:
Charlotte Wood-Wilson Director, Montessori Education Program Oklahoma City University, firstname.lastname@example.org (405) 208-5372.