MA in Education with concentration in Student Affairs and Educational Justice (SAEJ)

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The MA in Education with a concentration in Student Affairs and Educational Justice (SAEJ) prepares emerging and current student affairs practitioners to successfully lead and transform higher education environments to promote teaching and development in and outside of the classroom.

Student service professionals and the offices they run have the capacity to positively impact the educational experiences of college students, especially those from traditionally underrepresented groups. Through policy, practice, and research, student affairs practitioners foster environments that are inclusive, respect diversity, and promote learning and success.

Last updated Dec 2020

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From urban education to student affairs, educational policy to human development, and quantitative evaluation to teaching and learning, our programs draw on dynamic instruction, multidisciplinary curr ... Read More

From urban education to student affairs, educational policy to human development, and quantitative evaluation to teaching and learning, our programs draw on dynamic instruction, multidisciplinary curriculum, and hands-on classroom experience to prepare graduates for successful careers across the educational enterprise. CGU’s School of Educational Studies believes a socially just nation should educate all its citizenry through networks of effective and accountable organizations that interact responsibly with families and communities. At Claremont Graduate University, you will build your career upon more than 90 years of educational tradition, learning to design and operate effective institutions that are socially just and publicly accountable. Our alumni are professionals from diverse cultures and backgrounds who have gone on to become members of Congress, university presidents, professors, researchers, superintendents, principals, vice principals, and classroom teachers. Read less