PASC/Master of Arts in Education Degree
The Preliminary Administrative Services Credential (PASC) prepares candidates for leadership roles in public and private schools. The PASC program focuses on building vision for education, developing skills in communication and public relations, building community collaborations, serving communities of diversity, creating curriculum and instruction that leads to high achievement, and management of schools and budgets. Field experience is thorough and practical.
The Master of Arts in Education degree is primarily designed for the practicing educator who seeks increased responsibility in the education profession, with the primary focus on providing you with the academic, theoretical and field-based study necessary to ensure your personal and professional growth. For qualified candidates it is possible to combine work on the Master’s Degree with work on the preliminary teaching credential or the preliminary administrative services credential.
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