Nov. 29, 2006
Contact Betty Pfaff at 608-796-3287 or firstname.lastname@example.org
VITERBO UNIVERSITY TO OFFER EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION LICENSURE PROGRAM
LA CROSSE, Wis. – New cohorts are forming now in La Crosse, Green Bay, and West Allis for Viterbo University’s new Early Childhood Education licensure program scheduled to begin in spring 2007.
“This program was created for elementary teachers and early childhood special education teachers to obtain their Early Childhood Education license in as little as 18 months with classes being held at times convenient for a teacher,” said Betty Pfaff, program coordinator.
The program is designed for elementary school teachers who seek to obtain a 70-777 license, which covers the pre-kindergarten and kindergarten levels. In addition, upon completing the program, students have the option of returning to complete an additional 17 credits and earning a Master of Arts in Education degree.
Students must have an elementary teaching license in regular elementary education, elementary/middle school education, or early childhood special education to be eligible for the program. Students must also meet the Department of Public Instruction Conduct and Competency Standards and have an overall grade point average of 2.75 to participate.
For more information on the Viterbo Early Childhood Education licensure program, visit www.viterbo.edu/ece.aspx?id=16480 or contact Pfaff at 608-796-3287 or email@example.com.