California Southern University’s School of Education offers a graduate program that leads to a Master in Education (M. Ed) with concentrations in Counseling in Education, Curriculum and Instructional Design and Organizational Leadership. This is not a teacher certification program and does not lead to initial teaching/administrative licenses.
In the M. Ed program there are multiple learning opportunities for learners to become well-rounded in educational theory-to-practice strategies. The program integrates four main themes throughout all the coursework: educational theory, current research, educational practice, and service for the public good. In the program learners will interpret educational theories, apply their understanding of current research, and utilize their skills to make informed decisions in complex and dynamic settings.
M.Ed Concentrations available:
- Counseling in Education.
- Curriculum and Instructional Design.
- Organizational Leadership.
Originally founded in 1978, CalSouthern is regionally accredited and offers 100-percent online degree and certificate programs in psychology, business, law and criminal justice. You’ll work with the university’s state-of-the-art, proprietary online learning system, with one-on-one faculty mentoring and a personal academic support team to help you meet your academic and professional goals.
- Rigorous, continuously updated, career-relevant curriculum
- With 100-percent online courses and no group projects, you study on your time without compromising your work and family lives
- Monthly course starts and no entrance exam requirements mean you can start right away
- Affordable tuition—and the amount you pay will never increase while you’re enrolled
- A transparent, no-pressure, consultative enrollment process
Western Association of Schools and Colleges, Senior College and University Commission (WSCUC).
Admission to the Master in Education program requires a Bachelor's degree or its equivalent in the field of study or related field from an appropriately accredited institution.