If you want to pursue a career in childhood education (grades 1-6) or early childhood education (birth-grade 2), you’ll find that SUNY Cortland has a stellar reputation for excellence in preparing teachers.
At Cortland you’ll learn from expert faculty who have years of experience in school settings. They will help you translate what you learn in class to the real-world setting of a preschool or elementary school classroom.
And because experience is usually the best teacher, you’ll spend 100 hours or more in the field before you begin your student teaching, giving you opportunities to explore a variety of different educational environments.
A Cortland degree makes employers take notice. We prepare more elementary and preschool teachers than any other college or university in New York. Schools are confident that when they hire a Cortland-educated graduate, they’re hiring someone destined to become a great teacher.
As a student in the Childhood/Early Childhood Department you will be part of the:
Your completed degree will integrate:
Febr. 25, 2020
Preparing infants through 5-year-olds for school is the key.
Febr. 25, 2020
Four students focused on picture books that help children with family in prison.
Jan. 28, 2020
The Feb. 4 talk opens Black History Month at SUNY Cortland.
Dec. 3, 2019
The senior is one of only two undergraduates to receive the UUP scholarship.
Oct. 29, 2019
Kathleen Altamirano was recognized for her perseverance and leadership qualities.