Rise to the Challenge
AREAS OF STUDY TO LEAD
Advance your career and become an effective leader and change maker in the fields of PK-12, postsecondary education, or community-based social justice counseling and education. Master’s and doctoral programs offered.
Master's Degree Programs
The College of Education offers graduate study leading to a Master of Arts (M.A.) or Master of Science (M.S.) degree in education in various concentrations. Some of these concentrations are designed to permit concurrent completion of the requirements for the correspondingly named advanced credentials.
Preparing self-aware, emotionally intelligent, adaptable, compassionate, and highly competent transformational leaders who will improve access, equity, and holistic student success in all of higher education.
Providing teachers and others in the education profession with skills in critiquing current school programs from a social equity and social justice perspective.
Prepares transformative culturally diverse leaders as Licensed Professional Clinical Counselors who work competently in cross-cultural K-16 schools, mental health agencies, and community organizations. CBB’s theory and pedagogy includes critical race theory and affective experiential multicultural education strategies.
Designed for school administrators and teachers who aspire to a leadership role in PK-12 education
Designed for teachers who want to take on leadership roles in their school communities without sacrificing their impact in the classroom.
Doctoral Degree Programs
Our college was honored to be among the first to partner with other institutions in offering a joint doctoral program, and our partnership with Claremont Graduate University endures. In addition to the Ph.D., the college is proud to offer Ed.D. programs in PK-12 school leadership and community college/
Developing reflective leaders and change agents, capable of responding to the area’s demographic shifts and the increasingly complex needs of educational organizations within this diverse multicultural region.
Preparing community college/postsecondary educational leaders who are committed to educational justice, and provides them with the skills, knowledge, and attitudes essential to transforming education systems for student success.
Developing scholars who are committed to research on democratic schooling, social justice and equitable educational outcomes for all students, and the improvement of educational systems serving diverse communities.