Graduate Programs

Graduate Program

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Our Graduate program is designed to help career secondary classroom teachers upgrade their skills, become informed about new ideas in secondary teaching, and prepare for curriculum leadership roles in public and private schools.

Program Information

Three program emphases serve a wide range of professional interests

  • Master of Science in Education with a Concentration in Secondary Education – 100% Online
  • Master of Science in Education with an Emphasis in Teaching Foundational Mathematics –Hybrid (combination of face-to-face and online courses)
  • Master of Science in Education with an Emphasis in Teacher Induction –Hybrid (combination of face-to-face and online courses)


Read more about our Classes.

Additional Information


Admissions Information

Requirements & Documentation

To apply to our Masters Program, you must first be enrolled at Cal State Fullerton. Begin that process at Cal State Apply (  Refer to the links below for all other requirements and downloads:

Master's Enrollment Fee

All Graduate students who intend to enroll at CSU Fullerton must accept their offer of admission and pay a non-refundable $250 enrollment deposit. The deposit will offset a portion of your Registration Fees for the first semester. This is NOT an additional fee. Once paid, this deposit will reduce the cost of your tuition by $250.

You must accept admission and pay your enrollment deposit through your Student Portal, within the Student Center. Under the Admissions area of the Student Center, click on the Application Status link. The Accept/Decline button will be displayed. Click on the Accept/Decline button to accept your admission to CSU Fullerton. Accepting admission and paying the enrollment deposit are required to confirm your intent to enroll at CSU Fullerton.

Our College-wide deadline for final payment of the $250 enrollment deposit is July 15th.

Students with financial aid will have the enrollment deposit waived until financial aid is awarded.

For further questions regarding this process, please visit this link.


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