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The Value of a Master's Degree in Education

School of Education master's degree
 Learn how teachers earning a master's
 degree in education increase their lifetime
 income and why it makes sense
 to start now.

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You’re already making a difference as a teacher, now see how earning your graduate degree at the University of Redlands can make all the difference for you. Teachers who hold a graduate degree earn, on average, $650,000 more in their lifetime…that’s enough to purchase a home, pay off those loans, and take that vacation you’ve been dreaming of. 

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Whether you’re looking to earn your teaching credential, administrative credential, master’s degree, or a doctorate in Leadership for Educational Justice, we offer programs that will fit your needs and professional goals.

Our programs are designed to fit the needs of working individuals, with small classes that provide the personal attention you demand. We understand busy schedules and commitments. Adapting to them is our specialty.

We offer:

  • Convenience: Five Southern California locations
  • Flexibility: Evening schedules that allow you to complete your goals on time
  • Accelerated programs: Credentials in 10 months; master’s programs in two years or less
  • Reputation: Stellar programs and master teachers that give our students a competitive edge
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There are more than 1,700 trees on the University of Redlands campus.
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In April 2010, it was designated a Tree Campus USA by the Arbor Day Foundation. Redlands is among just three other colleges or universities in California to receive this designation.

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