Online Bachelor’s Degree Program

B.S. in Early Childhood Development (non-certification)

Impact Children and Their Future

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Program Detail

Next Start Date

March 12

Est. Program Length

3-4 years

Credit Hours

123

Course Length

8 weeks

Cost Per Credit

$325

Degree Overview

Promote children’s mental and physical well-being with the online bachelor’s degree in early childhood development. You’ll build your knowledge in a variety of topics that span education, growth and development, literature, technology and special needs, among others.

Earn your degree fully online, at one of the most affordable institutions in the state.

Who is this degree for?

  • Individuals seeking a bachelor’s degree program.
  • Individuals seeking roles such as child care center director, preschool teacher, child care provider, program administrator for early childhood programs and more.
Program Detail

Next Start Date

March 12

Est. Program Length

3-4 years

Credit Hours

123

Course Length

8 weeks

Cost Per Credit

$325

Course Details

  • General Education Basic Requirements: 56 hours
  • Early Childhood Development Program Requirements: 63 hours
  • Electives: 2-4 hours

Total Hours: 123

Admissions

Your experience at the University of West Alabama is designed to be as straightforward and convenient as possible. From the moment you apply, you’ll receive step-by-step guidance from an enrollment counselor. And once you’re in your program, you’ll have a personal success coach who can answer your questions and help with anything you need.

Simply follow these steps to get started.

  • Complete an online application.
  • Submit official transcript of high school grades or GED scores.
  • Submit official college and institution transcripts (if applicable). – Download Form

Tuition

Undergraduate tuition for the 2017-18 academic year is $325 per credit hour. There is a $50 technology fee each semester and a $50 clinical experience Fee.

The University of West Alabama is dedicated to keeping education costs affordable and providing students with a full range of grants, scholarships and loans. Approximately 80 percent of UWA students receive some type of financial aid to support their studies. To apply for financial aid, complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The school code for UWA is 001024.

Transfer

We have a generous transfer policy at every degree level. Undergraduates transferring from a two-year college are eligible to transfer up to 60 credit hours and up to 90 credit hours from a four-year college with matching courses and curriculums.

 

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