Career Opportunities

Exceptional Educators Wanted

In addition to teaching, the Master of Science in Education at California Baptist University (CBU) opens an array of rewarding career opportunities in the increasingly diversified and specialized field of education. With a wide range of specializations, the M.S. degree in Education allows students the opportunity to explore, identify and reach their professional goals.

Faith-Based Educators

CBU's M.S. in Education offers a unique specialization in Educational Leadership for Faith-Based Institutions. This program prepares graduates to assume leadership roles establishing, building, and directing educational programs in a range of religious and faith-based settings around the world.

Public School Administrators

Various trends in California's public education system are causing a spike in the demand for skilled, visionary administrators. This program offers an efficient route into a career in public education administration.


A graduate degree in education from CBU enhances the knowledge, proficiency, value and competitive skills of teaching professionals seeking career mobility. Coupled with an education credential, a master's degree in education can open wider career opportunities as well as increased salary and retirement benefits.

Director of Educational Technology

As computers and technology play an increasing central role in the learning experience, the demand for educators with specialized knowledge in this area continues to grow. CBU's M.S. in Education with specializations in Instructional Computer Applications and Educational Technology prepare graduates to establish, implement and direct technology-integration initiatives within the curriculum and classroom.

Education Specialists in Special Education

Demand for skilled special education teachers is growing throughout California's public education system — creating a significant need and opportunity for those interested in a career in special education instruction. The M.S. in Education with specializations in Mild/Moderate and Moderate/Severe Disabilities prepares professionals to meet this demand. The dual credential option allows candidates to earn the Specialist credential in Mild/Moderate Disabilities and the Preliminary Multiple Subject Credential simultaneously.

To learn more about the many rewarding professional opportunities that come with the M.S. in Education, please attend an upcoming Graduate Program Information Session.