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Master's Programs

Our Master’s programs focus on innovative curriculum that models the future of teaching and learning, while offering flexible scheduling for working professionals.

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Applied Behavior Analysis

The Master’s in Applied Behavior Analysis allows one to work as a behavior analyst for school districts and private employers. “The Association for Behavior Analysis International has verified the following courses toward the coursework requirements for eligibility to take the Board Certified Behavior Analyst® examination." Learn more

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Educational Leadership

The Master’s in Education Leadership is based on the Administrative Services Credential preparation program. The program builds on the strengths of the administrative credential program and serves as an effective forum for exploring the ideas, experiences, and issues encountered by leaders in their schools and districts. Learn more

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Equity, Diversity & Inclusive Education

The Master’s in Equity, Diversity and Inclusive Education focuses on the needs of school districts that face the challenges of achievement gaps, inadequate resources, poverty, language barriers, and diverse cultures. Learn more

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Innovative Learning

The Master’s in Innovative Learning focuses on embracing innovation and technology in the context of open and collaborative approaches to education.  Through problem-based action research, participants cultivate provocative methods to support equity, literacy, and the reimagining of school and learning to close achievement gaps, promote social justice and equity. Learn more

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Special Education

The Master’s degree in Special Education is based on the Education Specialist Preliminary teaching credential program. The program builds on the strengths of the education preparation program and serves as an effective forum for exploring the ideas, experiences, and issues encountered by new teachers in their classrooms and schools. Learn more