SES is where professionals find dynamic instruction and research, a real transdisciplinary teaching and research environment created by a nationally recognized faculty, and a community of learning amongst the resources of the Claremont Colleges Consortium.
In Claremont, you will build your career upon an 80-plus-year tradition where you will learn to create effective institutions that are also socially just and publicly accountable.
In Claremont, classes are small but the ideas are big. Your fellow students are professionals from diverse cultures and backgrounds who will go on to become members of Congress, university presidents, professors, researchers, superintendents, principals, vice principals, and classroom teachers.
In Claremont, you design your own master's or doctoral program for your career goals on your schedule.
Want to become a leader in urban education? Interested in student affairs? Desire a career focused on human development, K-12 administration, educational policy, quantitative evaluation, or teaching and learning? Want a single or multiple-subject credential, maybe a special education credential from our Teacher Education Internship Program?
It’s all here for you at the School of Educational Studies.