Pacific Oaks College is a unique educational institution offering upper division and graduate-level college programs in human development, marriage and family therapy, and teaching credentials, with a special emphasis on early childhood education.

Pacific Oaks College
55 W Eureka St.
Pasadena, CA 91103  

 

Loans Offered

Loans may be available. Applicants may apply by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). FAFSA Code: 001255.

Technical Requirements

Must be equipped with high-speed Internet connection such as DSL or cable modem. PC configuration must support Winodws XP or greater.

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Sponsored Programs

  • M.A. in Human Development

    The Human Development program at Pacific Oaks College is designed to provide advanced study in the growth and development of individuals at various stages of the lifespan. more >

  • Multiple Subject English Learner Teaching Credential

    Pacific Oaks currently offers several pathways for completing coursework required for either a Preliminary Multiple Subject Teaching Credential or a Preliminary Education Specialist Instruction Credential. more >

  • M.A. in Marriage and Family Therapy

    Pacific Oaks' M.A. in Marriage and Family Therapy program provides students with a robust blend of theory and hands-on practice. more >

  • M.A. in Marriage and Family Therapy, African American Family Studies

    Through the African-American Family Studies program, students explore mental health theory and practice from a deeply culture-centered perspective. more >

  • M.A. in Marriage and Family Therapy, Latina/Latino Family Studies

    The only master's program of its kind in California, the Latina/Latino Family Studies program equips graduates with broad preparation in marriage and family therapy as well as a special educational emphasis on the diverse mental health needs of Latina/Latino children and families. more >

  • M.A. Marriage and Family Therapy, Trauma Studies

    The Trauma Studies Specialization, within a social ecological context, is keeping with the School of Cultural and Family Psychology’s social justice mission that underscores urgent societal issues that have long term disabling effects on the family health, child development and well-being. more >

  • M.A. in Early Childhood Education

    Our master's program in Early Childhood Education prepares graduates to integrate Pacific Oaks' transformative approach to early childhood education into leadership roles in public schools, child care programs, state agencies, and a variety of nonprofits serving children and families. more >

  • M.A. in Education with Preliminary Education Specialist Instruction Credential

    Students in the M.A. Education program who complete the Preliminary Education Specialist Instruction Credential are qualified to teach students with mild to moderate disabilities in K-12 settings and adults through age 22. Our Master of Arts in Education prepares students to take the next step in their professional journey by combining advanced study in Education theory and practice with the academic requirements for California State Teaching Credentials. more >

  • M.A. in Education with Preliminary Multiple Subject Teaching Credential

    Our Master of Arts in Education prepares students to take the next step in their professional journey by combining advanced study in Education theory and practice with the academic requirements for the California Multiple Subject English Learner (MSEL) Teaching Credential. more >

  • Preliminary Education Specialist Credential

    Pacific Oaks currently offers several pathways for completing coursework required for either a Preliminary Multiple Subject Teaching Credential or a Preliminary Education Specialist Instruction Credential. more >