Early Childhood/Early Childhood Special Education

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Graduate students Ashley Miller and Erika Paz engage in some interactive play.

Graduate student Casey Weston explains why she chose Radford University.

GRADUATES ARE QUALIFIED FOR A VARIETY OF CAREERS.

  • Graduate in four years with a Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies and the Birth to 5, Children with Disabilities license
    • Provide developmental services or service coordination for children birth to three or teach children in an early childhood special education class, Head Start or a child care program.

Obtain endorsement in early childhood special education licensure (birth through age 5) with your bachelor's degree. 

Progress sheets for Early Childhood/Early Childhood Special Education Teacher Preparation Program can be found on the College's Center for Academic Advising and Student Support page. Select the academic year and then choose Early Childhood/Early Childhood Special Education program.

MEET THE PROFESSORS

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Dr. Sharon Gilbert

Professor
Contact for Early Childhood/Early Childhood Special Education
Early Intervention Specialist
Phone: 540-831-7117
Email: sgilbert13@radford.edu

I love feeling like I make a difference in my students' lives and helping them to make a difference in their students' lives.

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Dr. Whitney Idol

Assistant Professor
Early Childhood Special Education/Special Education
Office: Peters Hall A044
Phone: 540-831-7650
Email: widol@radford.edu

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Dr. Boyoung Park

Professor
Early Childhood
Head Start and Child Care Specialist
Office: Peters Hall C161
Phone: 540-831-7118
Email: bpark3@radford.edu

Problem solving is a life time skill that you must develop.