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Yeates School of Graduate Studies

Early Childhood Studies Program (ECS)

Curriculum and Courses

Graduate students begin their studies in September or the fall term.  Students are mentored by a faculty advisor or supervisor and advised on a program of study towards completion of the degree requirements. 

The current list of elective courses is expanded as enrolment increase; as the program develops, and new faculty or adjunct faculty becomes involved with the program. Not all elective courses are offered in a given year.

See pages 60-62 in the Yeates School of Graduate Studies Calendar for a description of the graduate curriculum and courses.

Yeates School of Graduate Studies

Early Childhood Studies

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Graduate Testimonials

Liam O'Donnell, MA perspective
Early Childhood Studies
Master of Arts student in ECS, Liam O'Donnell has been nominated for the 2016 Silver Birch Express Children's Book Award for his monster-filled kids mystery, Tank & Fizz: The Case of the Slime Stampede. Read more...

Nick Petten, MA
Early Childhood Studies
"The graduate program taught me the importance of scientific rigor in studying childhood and education from a local and a global perspective." Read more...