This year the School of Education will focus on our vision for the future, with strong enrollment and evolving programs. It is important that the substance of our success be centered upon students and the intellectual contribution that together we can make in education. Our substance will define us into the future, so our vision must clarify how we will contribute to the communities that we serve, be it the Inland Empire, the state of California or the national professional communities.
The Department of Teaching and Learning houses faculty and degree programs focused on preparing and advancing teachers to work in public, private and alternative school settings.
The Department of Counseling and Human Services houses both the school counseling (MA and PPS credential) and the clinical mental health counseling (MA) programs.
Courses in theory, administration and curriculum development prepare students to become an administrator in California K-12 public schools. Gain the competencies and meet the standards required by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing.
An innovative program prepares K-12 school leaders to be reflective leaders that understand educational equity and access through understanding planning, instructional leadership, managing learning, family engagement policy and engage in systematic innovation.
Provides theoretical and practical coursework in school leadership for both public and private K-12 education. Students have the option to integrate the Preliminary Administrative Services Credential into the program. Administrative, counseling, and methodology courses are complimented by a rigorous fieldwork requirement.
Counseling, theory and methodology coursework provides general counseling preparation for public and private school service for students who already have a master's degree.
Acquire the knowledge base and clinical skills to provide mental health services through counseling and consultation. Offers cutting-edge educational experiences, skilled clinical supervision, a rigorous program of study and an emphasis on social justice and advocacy.
Three tracks provide students with a choice between K-12 counseling, college track or both. This program offers training in counseling, consultation, and helping relationships. Provides general counseling preparation for public and private school service, and/or college and community college settings. Rigorous fieldwork offers hands-on experience.
An innovative program preparing students to teach in an elementary or secondary school setting in only 10 months. Features student teaching, internships, and the use of theory to inform educationally just practices and create confident and competent teachers.
An innovative program that prepares undergraduate students to teach in a K-12 school setting. Undergraduates at the University may enroll in a teacher credential program while completing their Baccalaureate degree. Features student teaching, internships, and the use of theory to inform educationally just practices and create confident and competent teachers.
An innovative master's program preparing students to teach in a K-12 setting in only 10 months. Features student teaching, internships, and the use of theory to inform educationally just practices and create confident and competent teachers.
Designed for classroom teachers and education professionals who want to enhance their teaching effectiveness and knowledge of curriculum development in a diverse California education environment. Focuses on language and culture and utilizes theory to inform educationally just practices and create confident and competent teachers.
Examines the social, cultural and organizational contexts of higher education and develops skills into informed decision making, and professional practice from a social justice perspective. Focuses in organization, leadership, equity, and assessment.
Develop the leadership and theoretical framework to demonstrate a sophisticated understanding of social justice theories, identify and propose responses to educational inequities. Students acquire the knowledge base to effectively advocate for equitable human rights for the disenfranchised, and have the opportunity to add an international component to their coursework.
Dean Andrew Wall
The Office of the dean provides leadership and administrative support for the School of Education’s outstanding programs in teaching, counseling and educational leadership.
Dean Andrew Wall
The School of Education at the University of Redlands has a unique focus on justice in education, from the doctoral level with its Ed.D. in educational justice to courses and programs throughout the school.
The School of Education has been creating leaders in education for more than 90 years. Our programs prepare graduates to make a positive impact in their classrooms, boardrooms, organizations and communities.
Since 1924, the School of Education has prepared teachers, counselors, and administrators who shape education throughout Southern California and beyond.
Our unique programs and flexible approach to continued learning empower you to develop new skills, enhance your resumé and earn your credential or degree on a schedule that works for you.