Master of Education
Concentration in Elementary Education with SB 2042 Preliminary Multiple Subject Credential
The Master of Education (Concentration in Elementary Education) with Multiple Subject Credential program is designed for K-12 educators who are seeking to advance into leadership roles or to enhance their existing base of knowledge. The program is 42 units.
Our program features sound research training, a curriculum blend of theory and practice, and values-laden teaching from faculty with top academic credentials and real world experience. Our programs also focus on a pedagogy designed to strengthen and better define one’s core values.
Classes are offered at the Orange Education Center and the Corona Education Center, both with close freeway access. Courses are offered in 8-week modules throughout the year and are conveniently scheduled in the evenings from 5:30 – 8:30 p.m.
Online courses provide an interactive learning environment through online video lectures, online discussion threads, and an online drop box where you can virtually submit your assignments. Best of all, you can log-on to view lectures, participate in threaded discussions, and submit assignments any time of night or day!
Washington State Students
Prospective Washington State students are advised to contact the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction at 360-725-6320 or firstname.lastname@example.org to determine whether this education program is approved for teacher certification or endorsements in Washington State. Additionally, teachers are advised to contact their individual school district as to whether this program may qualify for salary advancement.
- K-12 Teacher
- Principal or Assistant Principal
- Program Specialist or Director
- Head Start or Pre-School Director
- Youth Minister/Pastor
- Overseas Teacher
- California Department of Education
- Education Data Partnership
- Technology Information Center for Administrative Leadership
- U. S. Department of Education
- Books: Current Issues and Trends in Education. Aldridge, Jerry and Renitta Goldman. (2006)
The New Meaning of Educational Change. Fullan, Michael G. (2007)
School: The Story of American Public Education. Mondale Sarah and Sarah B. Patton, editors. (2001).
- Transforming Schools
- Contemporary Issues in Education
- Curriculum Development and Instructional Design
- Education Administration
Our Alumni Tell Our Story Best
Trinity Lutheran Christian School
Anaheim Hills, CA
"My experience at Hope transformed my teaching beliefs and practices, bringing forth new ideas and enhancing the educational dynamic at Trinity."