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Early Childhood Education Courses (Fully Online)

Professional Development for Educators

Advance in your current career or take the first step onto a new path with Fisher College’s Early Childhood Education online courses. These convenient, affordable classes are available on eight-week rotations. Learn from the comfort of your home in online courses that facilitate hands-on practice and collaboration with your peers.

Register before the next starting date:  September 4th

Why Take Early Childhood Education Courses at Fisher?

Affordable and Flexible Learning

Enroll in online classes for early childhood education as a non-degree-seeking student that are priced for your success! Fisher’s eight-week learning opportunities are available at a special discounted rate of $550 per course. This accessible online format allows you to study on a schedule and in the environments that work best for you.

Quality Online Classes 

Engage deeply with learning material in hands-on early childhood education courses that involve simulations, presentations, and collaborative projects. Every early childhood education online course involves interactive opportunities for you to learn from experienced peers and expert faculty whose valuable skills and knowledge can enhance your learning and influence your career choices.

Your Path to Credentials and Degrees

Every credit you earn in Fisher’s Early Childhood Education program can be applied toward our Early Childhood Education certificate, associate degree, or bachelor’s degree programs. If you decide to pursue a degree at Fisher College, your academic advisor can help you determine which courses you need to meet your desired level of certification for your chosen age group in the state of Massachusetts.

8-Week Online Courses Offered

Skills You’ll Learn in Early Childhood Education Courses

  • Teaching: Practice developing curricula that meet the needs of infants, toddlers, and preschoolers with varying developmental, physical, cognitive, behavioral, and developmental needs.

  • Holistic Attention: Consider the interrelationship of a child’s family, school, community, socio-cultural, and historical contexts and how these play into development and relationships in the self, family, and community.

  • Wellness: Cultivate practices for observing and attending to young children’s health, safety, and nutrition.

  • Intervention: Learn when and how to compose individualized family service plans (IFSPs) and implement Early Intervention (EI) strategies for children aged three and under.

  • Management: Explore the roles and responsibilities of a supervisor and mentor to fellow workers in early childhood education contexts. 

Cohort Pricing

Does your organization need a college course for more than 14 employees? Specialized cohort course pricing is available. 

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Special Discounted Courses for Early Childhood Professionals

Enhance your knowledge in the early childhood profession through condensed, affordable online courses. As a non-degree-seeking student, you can take up to four courses for only $550 per course.

These courses equip you with skills and expertise from Fisher’s respected Early Childhood Education degree programs. Connect with peers and skilled faculty whose shared experiences can help you grow your career. All credits you earn here can be applied toward a Fisher College certificate, associate, or bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education. 

Advance Your Career in Early Childhood Education

Expand your professional potential and apply to one of Fisher College’s online degree or certificate programs in early childhood education. Embrace the flexibility of eight-week terms and build out your expertise — an investment that will serve you throughout your career!

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