M.A. in Education - East Palo Alto*
The Master of Arts in Education program with an emphasis in Teaching and Learning addresses the need for teacher leaders ho have the essential knowledge and skills to be effective in today’s classroom. This degree program provides educators advanced professional preparation to address the learning needs of students from diverse socioeconomic, cultural, and linguistic backgrounds.
Guided by a strong dedication to academic excellence and to narrowing the achievement gap among diverse student populations, The National Hispanic University’s Master of Arts in Education degree program helps K-12 educators create, access, and modify environments, practices, and policies that foster achievement for all students.
NHU’s M.A. in Education program conveniently offers courses taught alternately from the Sequoia Union High School District East Palo Alto Educational Center and NHU’s online platform. This combination produces a flexible, collaborative learning program that is convenient for busy, working professionals.
The E.P.A. Educational Center is a brand new facility that offers a welcoming and safe learning environment for all students. It is located just off Highway 101, within walking distance from the IKEA store. The comfortable classrooms are well suited for a positive adult educational experience.
Online courses are taken from the convenience of your home, work, or other remote locations. the final course of the program will be offered at NHU’s San Jose campus located at 14271 Story Road. Students have an opportunity to engage with faculty and experience firsthand the contemporary, 65,000 square-foot learning facility.
NHU M.A. in Education Program Format
Program faculty and academic advisors will closely support students enrolled in the M.A. in Education program during their studies. The program also has dedicated “student support staff” available 5 days a week to serve students with their admissions, registration, billing, financial aid, and library research needs. They are located on the NHU campus in San Jose but can be accessed in person or by phone and email. A pre-program orientation session will be conducted with all new M.A. in Education students two weeks in advance of the official program start date.
To learn more about The National Hispanic University’s M.A. in Education programs, complete the form to the right or call 1-408-273-2680 to speak with an enrollment advisor today.
If you’re interested in attending classes at NHU’s San Jose campus, click here.
* Program is offered with courses taught alternatively from the East Palo Alto Educational Center and NHU’s online platform. The final course will be taken at the NHU campus.