Prepare to take on the role of assistant principal, principal, director, assistant superintendent, and superintendent, as well as positions in fields including teacher leadership, higher education, and nonprofit administration.
Upon completion of this 9-month program, you will be eligible for the Preliminary Administrative Services Credential offered by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing.
Hybrid (60% on campus, 40% online) with a part-time course load
Weekend format (Friday evening, Saturday during the day). Four weekends per 11-week term.
$770 per credit
$16,170 base cost
Receive a program brochure and financial aid options.
Open House Reception
Wednesday, November 20, 2019 from 6-8 p.m.
Tierra Sur At Herzog Wine Cellars
We’re hosting an Open House reception to give you an opportunity to learn more about what Cal Lutheran's Graduate School of Education has to offer. You'll meet faculty and staff, current students, and alumni who can tell you first-hand about the value of our programs.
- Designed for working professionals, course work is completed in 9 months with 60% in class and 40% online instruction.
- Weekend format (Friday evening, Saturday during the day). Four weekends per 11-week term.
- Program offered at our main campus in Thousand Oaks and our satellite campuses in Woodland Hills, Oxnard and Santa Maria.
- Expert faculty of full-time professors and highly regarded practicing educational leaders.
Earn a Master of Arts Degree
Schools today need 21st-century leaders who are knowledgeable, reflective, and have the ability to work with a diverse array of constituents. They need administrative leaders who can promote the success of their students and ensure a safe, efficient, and effective learning environment.
And with just nine additional credits you can earn a Master of Arts in Educational Leadership.
Aileen Wall '13, M.A. in Educational Leadership, Preliminary Administrative Services Credential
Cal Lutheran is so well respected in the educational world. I knew my Master’s in Educational Leadership would be recognized and valued. And the program is challenging, inspiring and relevant.