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Students are required to attend just one residency, held at one of two NAEYC conferences. Students may choose from either NAEYC's Annual Conference (typically held in November) or NAEYC's Professional Learning Institute (typically held in June). Residency dates and locations can be found on the NAEYC website naeyc.org.

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Each class is eight weeks in length.

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Typically, students take one course per 8-week term, but some students take two courses per eight week term.  It really depends on your own time frame.

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Typically, students report they spend 12 hours per week in class, on average.

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At Champlain, your program director is your academic advisor, so you get close, personal, accurate attention.

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It usually takes just one or two weeks for students to become comfortable with the technology and routine involved in online learning.

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The M.Ed. is not a licensure program. Contact your state's department of education for information regarding specific licensure requirements.

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If you take one course each 8-week term, Financial Aid considers you a full-time student.

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