2021-2022 Graduate Catalog 
    
    Oct 06, 2022  
2021-2022 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Education, MS (Online)


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Admission Requirements


Master of Science in Education Admission Requirements

Admission standards for graduate studies at California Baptist University can be found under Graduate Program Admission in the Online and Professional Studies section of the University Catalog.

Program Requirements (30-33 units)


The graduate programs in education are designed to equip individuals with the skills, techniques, and qualities of leadership required for professional excellence as classroom teachers, instructional leaders, curriculum developers, and administrators. The programs provide a purposeful balance between theory, practice, and research. Graduates will be prepared to identify their strengths and make choices regarding their future role in the profession. Knowledge of human growth and development, theories of learning, rationales for curriculum design and research methods will be blended to provide the appropriate preparation to allow these choices.

Concentration Courses (15-18 units)


Students must also complete all of the requirements in one of the following concentrations: Administrative Services Induction; Early Childhood Studies; Educational Leadership; Special Education; Theory and Research; Transitional Kindergarten

Administrative Services Induction (15 units)


Educational Leadership* (18 units)


* The Master of Science in Education program offered through Online and Professional Studies at California Baptist University offers a pathway for students seeking an administrative credential in California through successful completion of the California Preliminary Administrative Services Exam (CPACE). Students should seek additional information from the credentialing agency in their state to determine specific requirements for an administrative services credential.

Transitional Kindergarten (15 units)


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