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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.

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Yeates School of Graduate Studies

Early Childhood Studies


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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...

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Shani Halfon, MA
Early Childhood Studies
"Professionalism from the Standpoint of Early Childhood Educators" Read More...

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Rachel Caplan, MA
Early Childhood Studies
“Challenges in Accessing Health Care Services: Canadian Children Living in Mixed-status Families”  Read more...