Why earn your M.S. in Education at CBU?
Learn theory and put it into practice
The M.S. in Education balances theory, practice and research—allowing students to
understand the application of concepts in resolving real-world instructional challenges.
Coursework integrates multiple disciplines, allowing students to identify and build
on individual strengths.
Attend classes at night
The graduate education programs support student success while accommodating the needs
of working professionals. Most classes are offered on weeknights, allowing students
to continue working while in school. Courses integrate learning experiences that directly
relate to students' professional goals, allowing them to apply learning in the workplace.
Earn your master’s and your credential
Students pursuing a teaching credential at CBU have the added value of also working
toward a master's degree in education.
Apply Christian perspective to courses
The graduate programs in education are enriched with a Christian perspective that
honors every individual's right to learn. Graduates are valued for their ethical approach
to the profession and for their commitment to the concept of quality education for
Graduate from an esteemed university
The Metcalf School of Education enjoys an excellent reputation with school districts
across the Inland Empire, and maintains strong relationships with district faculty,
staff, and administrators. As a result, CBU educators are competitively positioned
in the education marketplace.