Graduate Programs in Education

Advance your school while advancing professionally.

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CSUDH's College of Education offers a range of excellent graduate programs for educators seeking to advance professionally, while leading our communities' schools to higher achievement. Reflecting areas of expertise most needed in today's diverse urban schools, our graduate programs blend theory and practice with specialized training in relevant and in-demand disciplines.

Tailored for the working professional, graduate programs offer flexible late afternoon and evening classes and may be completed full- or part-time.

Graduate programs at CSUDH's College of Education

School Leadership Program (Formerly Educational Administration Credential and Master's)

This program prepares school leaders to transform California schools, with particular emphasis on high-priority, underperforming urban schools struggling to recruit and retain qualified, dedicated teachers. Learn more.

Counseling/Pupil Personnel Services Credential and Master's

The Counseling and PPS graduate programs prepare educators to work successfully with culturally and linguistically diverse learners in urban schools grade Pre-K through 12 as school counselors, as well as college counselors in Community Colleges and Universities. Learn more.

Multicultural Education

The Multicultural Education MA Program prepares school leaders to support the success of today's diverse urban schools and their student populations. Learn more.

Curriculum and Instruction

Candidates in this MA Program develop the advanced knowledge and skills to design, implement and evaluate programs that enhance classroom teaching, while also enhancing their value as instructors. Learn more.

Technology-Based Education

Candidates emerge from this MA Program well prepared to design, develop, evaluate and integrate technology-based learning tools, projects and experiences into the classroom learning process. Learn more.