Early Childhood Alternative Licensure Program
The UIC Early Childhood Alternative Licensure program is a teacher residency program for teachers working in Chicago Community Agencies. The program is in partnership City of Chicago Early Learning scholarship program. Following a course study, program candidates complete a two-year residency to earn an Illinois Professional Educator License (PEL) with an endorsement in early childhood education.
These courses are not open to general applications. The application process is overseen by the City of Chicago, not UIC. To determine eligibility for the program, please visit the program website.
|EPSY 523 - Advanced Curriculum and Practice in Early Childhood Education||College of Education||Off Campus|
|EPSY 522 - Internship in Early Childhood||College of Education||On and Off Campus|
|EPSY 520 - Introduction to Curriculum and Practice in Early Childhood Education||College of Education||On Campus|
|EPSY 522 - Internship in Early Childhood||College of Education||Off Campus|