The School of Educational Studies offers many master’s and PhD tracks of study, in addition to teaching certificate and credential programs. Our programs are flexible and designed to meet the needs of working professionals interested in linking theory and research to issues of importance. Although our different programs are designed to prepare graduates for different careers, each is centrally concerned with excellence, equity, and social justice.

 

Master’s Programs

 

Teacher Credentialing Programs

The School of Educational Studies has preparation programs for students who want to be general education or special education teachers in elementary, middle- or high-school settings. Specifically, we offer California Preliminary General Education Credentials (Multiple Subject and Single Subject in math, science, social studies, English, and world languages) and Special Education Credentials (mild/moderate, moderate/severe) in conjunction with an MA in Education.* Students can complete these programs as interns or residents.

We also offer an Induction Program for credentialed teachers wanting to earn a California Clear Credential. This is an alternative to BTSA and is one of the few programs in the state that can be completed by teachers working outside of California or even outside of the United States.

*Students earning the math credential have the option of earning an MA or MS in Mathematics instead of an MA in Education.

 

Doctoral Programs

 

Non-Degree Certificates
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  • Aliana Guzman

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