Pacific Oaks College
|Pacific Oaks College|
|TCS Education System|
|President||Ezat Parnia, Ph.D.|
|Students||1000 undergraduate and graduate students|
(Distance Learning), California, United States
|Campus||Suburban, 4-acre (1.6 ha) campus in Pasadena|
Pacific Oaks College is located in Pasadena, California, United States. Pacific Oaks College is a higher education institution that has full and part-time undergraduate and graduate students throughout Pacific Oaks' California campuses as well as online. Pacific Oaks' anti-bias curriculum has created strong efforts to challenge social injustice and point out issues related to social changes, human development, and child development.
Founded more than 60 years ago in 1959 by a small group of Quaker families.
In addition to its main campus in Pasadena, Pacific Oaks offers classes at instructional sites throughout the state of California. These include: Chico, Sacramento, Salinas, and Santa Cruz. Pacific Oaks College also now allows their students to complete coursework online which, with a few exceptions, can be taken by residents of any state within the United States.
Andrew Norman Library
The Andrew Norman Library on the Eureka (Pasadena) Campus supports the degree programs of Pacific Oaks College and Pacific Oaks Children's School, as well as independent faculty research. The collection, which comprises more than 17,000 titles, reflects the most current research and centers on early childhood education and curriculum development, human development, family systems and therapy, and child care.
Western Association of Schools and Colleges
Pacific Oaks College is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC). Pacific Oaks has been accredited by WASC since 1959.
Affiliations and memberships
- Its M.A. in MFT program satisfies all of the requirements of the Board of Behavioral Sciences (BBS), (Business & Professions Code Sections 4980.41 (a) (d) (e)) for licensing in Marriage and Family Therapy.
- Its Teacher Education Program is certified by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CCTC) for certification in Education Specialist Credential, Mild to Moderate Disabilities Level I & Level II and Preliminary Multiple Subject English Learner Teaching Credential.