University of California, Berkeley Graduate School of Education
|University of California, Berkeley Graduate School of Education|
|Dean||Judith Warren Little|
|Students||430 Full Time|
The University of California, Berkeley Graduate School of Education is one of 14 schools and colleges at the University of California, Berkeley. The Graduate School of Education specializes in teacher training and education research.
The school has Master's Degree and Ph.D. programs which are contained within three Areas of Study (with the exception of LEEP, which is a schoolwide program) and grouped by Degree and Credential objectives. All four Credential programs include an M.A. degree.
Cognition and Development (CD)
- Development in Math and Science
- Education in Math, Science and Technology
- Human Development and Education
- Joint Doctorate in Special Education
- School Psychology
Language and Literacy, Society and Culture (LLSC)
- Language, Literacy, and Culture (Ph.D)
- Language, Literacy, and Culture (Ed.D)
- Language, Literacy, and Culture (M.A.)
- Language, Literacy, and Culture (M.A.): Cultural Studies of Sport in Education (CSSE)
- Social and Cultural Studies
Policy, Organization, Measurement, and Evaluation (POME)
- Policy and Organizations Research
- Quantitative Methods and Evaluation
- Program Evaluation and Assessment
- Educational Leadership
- Principal Leadership Institute (PLI)
Other programs and academic units
- Leadership for Educational Equity (LEEP)
- The Graduate Group in Science and Mathematics Education (SESAME)
- Undergraduate Minor in Education
- Undergraduate Minor in Interdisciplinary Studies in Early Childhood
- UC Berkeley Summer Session
- College and Career Academy Support Network (CCASN) <casn.berkeley.edu>
For California resident graduate students, the fees for the 2012-2013 academic year are $7,589.75 per semester; for nonresidents and international students, $15,220.75 per semester. These fees include a health insurance fee of $1,153 per semester. Health insurance fees may be waived if resident and nonresident graduate students provide verification that they have comparable health insurance coverage. Fees for the Summer Sessions vary according to the number of units taken and are the same for resident, nonresident, and international students. All fees are subject to change.
The U.S. News & World Report recently ranked UC Berkeley's Graduate School of Education 7th among top schools of education in the United States (third among all public institutions). The 2011 rankings currently place the school at rank 12 (seventh among all public institutions). The recent drop in rankings may be attributed to substantial program cuts that the Graduate School of Education has sustained over the past two years.
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