California University Of Business And Technology
The University for Professional Individuals to Complete Professional Degrees
School of Education

The School of Education has five major objective consistent with the missions and purposes of the University. They are:

  1. To provide opportunities for the intellectual, professional and moral development of students in education;
  2. To help students to obtain the skills, knowledge, and understanding to advance their careers;
  3. To provide programs for emerging societal needs, and enable students to function effectively in a dynamic technological society;
  4. To encourage basic and applied research in education;

To develop students' research skills to enable them to explore various issues facing contemporary society.

 

One Professional Degree Program

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Programs   Degree Semester Credit Requirements
Master of Arts in Education   36 (Beyond bachelor degree)
Doctor of Education   90 (Beyond bachelor degree), or 60 (Beyond master degree)

 

PROGRAM OUTCOMES

Master of Arts in Education

The Master of Arts in education degree is designed to strengthen the capability of professional educators, and to provide a study of foundation, curriculum and instruction, administration leadership, and the results of research.   The program combines theory with practice throughout using field experience with the course work culminating in a project.   

The following are the primary program learning outcomes. Upon successful program completion, you will be prepared to:

  1. To provide opportunities for the intellectual, professional and moral development of students in education
  2. To help students to obtain the skills, knowledge, and understanding to advance their careers;
  3. To provide programs for emerging societal needs, and enable students to function effectively in a dynamic technological society;
  4. To encourage basic and applied research in education (and human services)
  5. To develop students' research skills to enable them to explore various issues facing contemporary society.

Doctor of Education

The Doctor of Education degree is designed for qualified students who, from positions in school administrations, college faculty, curricula developers, educational materials specialists, can meet the needs of individuals preparing for careers of leadership and applied research in the schools and community educational programs, through studies in theory, concepts, methods, and/or practices in education. Upon successful program completion, you will be prepared to:

  1. Identify and solve complex problems in education
  2. Demonstrate ethical responses on matters related to equity and social justice in education
  3. Apply pedagogical principles to curriculum design and student assessment
  4. Apply administrative theory to educational leadership
  5. Conduct original research that contributes to the body of knowledge in education

 

ADMISSION PROCEDURES

Applications for admission should be filed as early as possible and at least one-month prior to the desired entrance date, to be assured consideration for admission. The admission procedure is as follows:

  1. Submit a completed Application for Admissions form accompanied by a non-refundable $75.00 application fee.  Application forms may be obtained from the Admissions Office. Checks or money orders should be made payable to California University of Business and Technology. 
  1. Official transcript(s) confirming the applicant meets the degree requirements for entrance into the program must be requested and sent directly from the prior institution(s) to the University. Applicants may be enrolled provisionally based on their statements of degree achievement, but verifying documents must be received prior to the end of their first semester, or the student will be withdrawn.
  1. Students who have completed studies at a foreign university must send their official transcripts for a detailed credential review to be evaluated for equivalency. All detailed credential reviews must be performed by a state recognized evaluation service, and the results sent directly to the University. 
  1. Students from non-English speaking countries must submit evidence of English proficiency (see ENGLISH PROFICIENCY REQUIREMENT AND PLACEMENT EXAMINATIONS section of the catalog).
  1. Sign an enrollment agreement reflecting the degree program to be attended, semester credit hours, and program costs.

Transfer credits will not be evaluated until the student has applied for admission and official transcript furnished the office of admissions.

Applications for admission will be considered by the Admission Committee in the order received.  The applicant will receive prompt written notification of acceptance or rejection of admission. An executed copy of the enrollment agreement will be provided to applicants within 10 days of acceptance. 

Instructional materials are mailed to the student when the application is accepted and tuition payment is received.  Additional materials are mailed as required to ensure the maintenance of student progress.

 

 

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