Early Childhood Studies: Birth to Age 5

Interested in becoming an early childhood professional? Seeking an education which will propel you into a career providing excellent care, education and services for young children and their families? Looking to pursue a bachelor’s degree on a part-time basis while still working a full-time job?

If so, SUNY Cobleskill encourages you to apply for its Bachelor of Science degree completion in Early Childhood Studies: Birth to Age 5. Graduates will be grounded in best practices and prepared to work in a variety of roles in the early childhood field or to enter master’s degree programs in related fields.

“Thanks to the cooperation and connection between SUNY Cobleskill and Jefferson Community College, I had the opportunity to attend classes as a non-traditional student of SUNY Cobleskill. The program allowed me to attend classes close to home while working towards the completion of the Early Childhood Education bachelor’s degree by providing face- to- face evening classes that fit into my busy life…The degree I obtained has led me to the exact job I was looking for and enabled me to support myself on my own…the choice to go through the cohort was life changing and I will forever be thankful to all who were a part of my success at SUNY Cobleskill.” – Melody Eldred, recent SUNY Cobleskill – Jefferson Community College Cohort Graduate.

Curriculum is specially designed for working adults who are interested in pursuing a bachelor’s degree on a part-time basis.  Classes are offered in a traditional classroom setting at the Jefferson Higher Education Center, located on the JCC campus.

For more information about the Bachelor of Science degree completion in Early Childhood Studies: Birth to Age 5, stop by to talk with SUNY Cobleskill representatives, who will be at Jefferson Community College on February 11, March 3, and April 16. You can also contact SUNY Cobleskill’s Office of Professional and Continuing Education at PACE@cobleskill.edu or 518.255.5528.