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Duration

Up to 5 years

Tuition

$6,132

 

Jan 3-Dec 20

Plus 1 other start dates

May 1 - Apr 25 2025

Commitment

Part-Time

Delivery

Online

Credential

Diploma

Year Founded

1908

Scholarships

yes

This diploma is designed for teachers, early childhood educators, and other early childhood professionals who are interested in enhancing their professional practice with young children (pre-school to grade 3).

This diploma consists of the following four core courses (12 credits):

  • Foundations of Curriculum and Instruction in Early Childhood Education
  • History of Early Childhood Education
  • Supporting Young Children Through Home, School, and Community Relationships
  • Observation and Documentation in Early Childhood Settings

Plus a minimum of three electives courses (9 credits) from the following list:

  • Introduction to Early Childhood Education and Care
  • Supporting Young Children’s Health and Well-being in Early Childhood Settings
  • Early Learning Curriculum in the Pre-School Years
  • Supporting Early Learning in the Pre-School Years
  • Supporting Learning in The Primary Years
  • Kindergarten Curriculum
  • Supporting Learning in the Kindergarten Year
  • Advanced Studies in Early Childhood Education
  • Supporting Indigenous Infants and Young Children within the Context of Their Communities
  • Selected Topics in Early Childhood Education

Plus three additional ECED electives or approved Faculty of Education elective courses in related fields (9 credits).

Admission Requirements

The 30-credit Early Years Education Diploma (EYED) is open to applicants with one or more of the following:

  • BA, BEd, BSc or related degree from a recognized university
  • Diploma in Early Childhood Education from an approved community/university college program, or equivalent
  • 15 credit Certificate in Early Years Education (EYED) granted by the University of British Columbia
  • Some college or university course experience and relevant professional experience in related fields such as nursing, psychology, social work, child and youth care, occupational therapy, child development, etc.
  • Relevant professional experience in related fields such as teaching, nursing, social work, child and youth care, occupational therapy, infant/child development consultant and/or supported child development consultant in childcare settings, etc.

If enrolled in the Diploma program, you have 5 years to complete all 30 required course credits. This five-year time period is counted from the date of the first course started.

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Student Reviews (2)

University of British Columbia

UBC Vancouver BScN

Amelia Blair

Vancouver • March 2, 2021

Graduated From

Nursing

Overall:

5 out of 5

Instructors:

5 stars

Curriculum:

5 stars

Job Assistance:

5 stars

12 hour clinical rotations and school work, keeping up with exercise and a social life -- it's all stressful. UBC will push you, because hospitals will push you. I volunteered at BC Children's before applying to get an idea of what I was getting into. ...

12 hour clinical rotations and school work, keeping up with exercise and a social life -- it's all stressful. UBC will push you, because hospitals will push you. I volunteered at BC Children's before applying to get an idea of what I was getting into. I recommend you do the same.

I am in year three and started in biology. The UBC-Vancouver program goes for 20 months. Okanagan has a direct entry program if you want to start in nursing right away. Both are really good programs and I'm happy to be here. The acceptance rate is around 20% each year.

Talking to people ahead of me in the program and recent grads, I know there will be excellent work opportunities waiting for me when I graduate. Just make sure you know what you are signing up for!

University of British Columbia

UBC Master of Data Science Review

Anonymous

Vancouver • September 23, 2019

Graduated From

Master of Data Science

Overall:

5 out of 5

Instructors:

5 stars

Curriculum:

5 stars

Job Assistance:

5 stars

The master of data science at UBC was developed by the university's Computer Science and Statistics Departments to give students interested in data science a fast track to a great career. I'm just starting the degree, but so far I'm impressed by the st...

The master of data science at UBC was developed by the university's Computer Science and Statistics Departments to give students interested in data science a fast track to a great career. I'm just starting the degree, but so far I'm impressed by the students in my cohort, who are not only smart but passionate about applying what they learn to their careers and various research interests. I chose the program because of how practical I thought it would be compared to some other master's programs. The schedule so far is intense, with courses packed into two and four-week sessions that us cover topics in depth. I'll come back to leave a longer review after I graduate, but so far I'm very glad I chose this program.

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