Education

Dr. Bonnie G. Metcalf School of Education

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Graduate

We offer the following Graduate programs:

Master of Science

Education

Offered through the widely recognized and respected Dr. Bonnie G. Metcalf School of Education, the Master of Science in Education Programs at California Baptist University prepare students to advance their proficiency as well as their professions as teachers, counselors, curriculum developers, administrators and leaders in a range of educational settings and capacities.

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Master of Arts

Leadership and Adult Learning

This degree is specifically designed for those serving as a consultant or in a variety of career settings who desire to provide leadership and professional development opportunities for colleague and constituents.  Develop leadership skills necessary to bring about personal, professional, and organizational goals and outcomes.  The program provides students with the educational skills to improve individual and organizational performance and the best practices for teaching adults. This program recognizes that traditional instructional models are inadequate when it comes to teaching adults and developing their leadership potential.

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Leadership and Organizational Studies

Leadership is fine work, and those who desire it are to be commended. Unfortunately, exemplary leadership requires more than good intentions, especially now in the age of technological and social complexity and change. Providing effective leadership in these challenging and, at times, chaotic environments is difficult and often overwhelming.

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Education with a Specialization in Science Education

Making science relevant and interesting for K-12 students is key to improving student engagement and success in the classroom. In addition, experts in science education are critical to the preparation of students for the undersupplied and competitive STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) professions.

Learn more about the Science Education program today.