MA in Education
This is a unique opportunity to work on educational issues to tailor a degree program to your individual academic interests. Examples include social justice in education, advanced studies in special education, ELL, environmental education, educational technology, child development, and early childhood education.
Core Courses: 20 units
Area of emphasis: 9 units
Thesis preparation; 3 units
Total: 32 units
Students accepted into the MA Ed degree program must complete the following:
MA/Educational Leadership (Administrative Credential)
Educators enrolled in the Level I Educational Leadership credential program may earn both a Level I credential and an MA Ed. Students must have completed three years of successful full-time teaching to be admitted to the Level I Administrative Services Credential Program.
Core courses: 11-12 units
Educational Leadership Credential: 24 units
Thesis preparation: 3 units
Total: 38-39 units
For students earning a combined M.A. Ed. and a Level I Administrative Services Credential, the following courses must be completed in addition to all credential coursework:
And one of the following selected in consultation with your advisor:
For additional questions, consult with your graduate coordinator or the staff in Research and Graduate Sudies. The Graduate Student Hanbook also provides additional guidance.
Eric Van Duzer
Siemens Hall Room 217