Claremont Graduate University’s School of Educational Studies (SES) offers dynamic instruction and research, a transdisciplinary teaching environment with nationally recognized faculty, and the broad teaching and learning resources of the Claremont University Consortium.
At Claremont Graduate University, you will build your career upon more than 90 years of educational tradition, learning to design and operate effective institutions that are socially just and publicly accountable. Our alumni are professionals from diverse cultures and backgrounds who have gone on to become members of Congress, university presidents, professors, researchers, superintendents, principals, vice principals, and classroom teachers.
At the School of Educational Studies, you’ll be able to design your own master’s or doctoral program to best meet your career goals on your own professional schedule. Want to become a leader in urban education? Interested in student affairs? You can design a program geared toward careers in human development, K–12 administration, educational policy, quantitative evaluation, and more. We also offer single- or multiple-subject credentialing programs as well as a special education credential from our Teacher Education Internship Program.
We look forward to speaking with you about your career aspirations and helping you effect change in education.