The Kalmanovitz School of Education offer doctoral and master's-level programs, a BA completion program, and credential & certification programs. Through shared inquiry, collaborative learning, and community engagement, the KSOE empowers students to lead change according to the principles of social justice and the common good. We inspire excellence and innovation in counseling, education, and leadership.
The Doctorate in Educational Leadership for Equity and Social Change (EdD) program at the KSOE will hone your capacity for enlightened leadership through dynamic coursework and applied action research. Our 60-unit program is challenging and highly rewarding. You will learn how to engage with others to articulate a shared vision for the common good, and then create a system to achieve that vision.
The master's programs at the KSOE are intensive programs integrating educational theory with practice. A highlight of our programs is the small cohort sizes, which provide an intimate setting for academic inquiry.
Master of Arts in Counseling (MA) ➝
Master of Arts in Forensic Psychology➝
Double MA in Counseling and Forensic Psychology➝
Master of Arts in Leadership (MA) ➝
Master of Arts in Teaching (MA) ➝
Master of Arts in Teaching Leadership (MA) ➝
Master of Education in Special Education (MEd) ➝
Credential & Certification Programs
The Credential and Certification Programs at the KSOE are highly-ranked, preparing students to become experts in their chosen fields.
Bilingual Authorization in Spanish ➝
Education Specialist (Special Education) Credential ➝
Multiple Subject Teaching Credential ➝
Single Subject Teaching Credential ➝
Preliminary Administrative Services Credential ➝
School Counseling PPS Credential (Post-Master's) ➝
School Psychology PPS Credential (Post-Master's) ➝
Trauma-Informed Intervention Certificate ➝
Bachelor of Arts Completion Program
The BA in Leadership & Organizational Studies is a unique degree completion program for working adults that combines real-world, relevant experience with flexible online learning, encouraging faculty, and a supportive peer-learning environment.