Become a more effective educator.
Our early childhood master’s program explores the theory, research and practice of working with young children.
The University of Toledo’s master’s program in Early Childhood Education has been rated one of the best in the country. Our program reflects the latest in theory, research and practice to help teachers become more effective in the classroom.
Faculty in Early Childhood Education are nationally-recognized scholars who work with graduate students on projects, papers and grants. They are active in schools and agencies at the local, state and national levels.
Flexibility. Complete your degree on campus or 100% online.
Relationship-based. Learning revolves around relationships — between adults and children and between children and their peers. These relationships are crucial to development and success.
Individualized. Every student is different. We'll help you meet the needs of every young child, including those with disabilities.
Top rated. UToledo's master’s degree in Early Childhood Education has been recognized by many organizations including College Choice and TheBestSchools.org.
Most positions in the field of early childhood education involve working directly with young children either through teaching, administrative or leadership positions.
Graduates with a non-licensure master’s degree in early childhood education typically pursue a terminal degree in the field or director-level roles in schools, agencies and similar organizations.
Explore employment statistics in preschool management to learn more about job prospects.
Master’s Program Sample Courses
Work alongside expert faculty on research.