Master of Arts in Teaching

The Master of Arts in Teaching from the Kalmanovitz School of Education is an individualized, project-based graduate program for teachers who want to deepen their knowledge of how to teach their subject, as well as enhance their understanding of contemporary educational issues.

As a credentialed teacher, you understand the challenges and rewards of the classroom. The MA in Teaching degree offers you the opportunity to enhance your knowledge of student learning, as well as to deepen your understanding of contemporary issues in education.

Our inquiry-based program is open to elementary, secondary, and special education teachers who have earned a California teaching credential or are qualified to teach in California.

Program Details

Program Duration

Sequence of 12 courses designed to build skills that are applicable beyond the workplace. This is a program designed to help you grow and succeed, not just receive a diploma.

Learning Environment

One in-person session on campus per month, with readings and online discussions in between.

Average Class Size

15-18 learners per cohort. Cohort members in the program form a learning community. Your success starts with connections.