Our various M.S. in Education programs are designed to help career classroom teachers upgrade their skills, become informed about new ideas in elementary teaching, and prepare for leadership roles within schools, school districts and other organizations.
Introduction to Our Graduate Programs
This printable PDF is a great starting point for introduction to our Masters Degree program. Download our Introduction to Our Graduate Programs (PDF).
This printable PDF delves in-depth into our Master's Degree program, including our mission statements and goals. Download our Graduate Handbook (PDF).
Frequently Asked Questions
We've assembled some of our most asked questions - odds are the answer you need is here. Read our Frequently Asked Questions.
Master's Degree Options
Explore the full list of M.S. in Education concentrations. Each option also includes a description to assist you in undertstanding the differences between our program options. Read more about our Master's Degree in Education options.
Feedback from our candidates is a vital component to program improvement. All Master’s and advanced credential program candidates are requested to complete a set of brief online surveys at various points throughout their program. All surveys are confidential. The College of Education compiles the data and uses it for program purposes only. Read more about our Surveys.
- Four-year bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution
- Cumulative GPA of 3.0 or GPA of 3.0 in last 60 units
- Teaching credential (preliminary or clear)* or equivalent experience**
- * For information about the teaching credential, view our credentials page.
- ** Equivalent experience might include several years teaching in a preschool or private school setting. Contact the Graduate Coordinator for more information.
How to Apply
To apply to the Masters Program, you must first be enrolled at Cal State Fullerton. Begin that process at CSU Mentor (http://www.csumentor.edu). Refer to the links below for all other requirements and downloads: