Master’s & Doctorate

Think bigger. Get further - Earn your master’s or doctoral degree through the Kalmanovitz School of Education (KSOE) and make your future possible.

We offer advanced degree programs in counseling, leadership,  teacher education, and educational leadership. 

We also offer an approach that works with you, and for you.

Through peer-support networks, engaged and expert faculty,  and flexible classes, we create an opportunity for ongoing learning that inspires and enables possibility. 

Across California, KSOE graduates are leading change with a degree from one of the most highly-respected master's and doctoral programs in the state. Which degree will help you make a change?
 

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Doctorate in Educational Leadership (Ed.D.) - a research-based doctoral degree for educational leaders in schools, colleges, and community organizations.

Master of Arts in Educational Administration - for administrative services candidates who would like to continue to hone their skills by conducting a real-world action research project.

Master of Arts in Counseling - for people who aspire to work in K-12 schools, colleges, family service agencies, and private practices.  Our counseling specializations are designed to support motivated professionals to pursue placement where counselors are in demand.

Master of Arts  in Education - offers you the opportunity to examine and analyze your own teaching practice through classroom-based action research and writing a master’s thesis. The program incorporates the coursework and field experience needed to complete a Multiple Subject or Single Subject teaching credential. 

Master of Arts in Leadership - for those in any career field seeking to develop their capacity and ability to work with complex challenges within their organization or community.

Master of Arts in Teaching - 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.

Master of Arts in Teaching Leadership - for teachers to develop as teacher leaders in their classrooms, schools, and communities.

Master of Education in Special Education - for teachers who, already understand the challenges and rewards of serving students with special needs. If you would like to build upon your Saint Mary’s Education Specialist credential, the Master of Education in Special Education offers you the opportunity for further and more intensive learning  in the field, including carrying-out an original research study.