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All About Concordia University Irvine’s M.A.Ed. Educational Administration Program

What does the M.A.Ed. Educational Administration program with Preliminary Administrative Services Credential encompass?  Concordia University Irvine’s (CUI) M.A.Ed. Educational Administration with Preliminary Administrative Services Credential cohort-based program is designed to prepare future private or public K-12 education leaders. The program provides the opportunity for teachers to earn a California Preliminary

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How Educational Leadership Skills can Address Teacher Burnout

Walk school halls, and you may see teachers smiling at their doors to greet students. However, walk into the staff lounge, and you may find the same teachers demonstratively, emotionally, and physically exhausted after being chronically pressured in a myriad of ways. Teachers sometimes need to vent their frustrations or

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Reasons to Attend Concordia University Irvine

There are many benefits in pursuing and completing a graduate degree. Selecting an institution to do so is a big decision. Five top reasons to choose Concordia University Irvine (CUI) include a put-together website that makes it easy to find information, including a streamlined application process, a flexible format for

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All About Concordia University Irvine’s M.A.Ed. School Counseling Program

What does the M.A.Ed. School Counseling program encompass? The Master of Arts in Education (M.A.Ed.) School Counseling program with Pupil Personnel Services Credential is an accredited cohort-model program designed to prepare future school counselors for California’s diverse public Pre-K to 12 education system while providing candidates the opportunity to continue working while concurrently enrolled.

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Faculty Spotlight: Dr. MaryAnn Seng, Assistant Professor, Program Coordinator, M.A.Ed. School Counseling

What program do you teach at Concordia University Irvine? What drew you to this field of study? What keeps you excited about it?  I teach in Concordia University Irvine’s M.A.Ed. School Counseling program. I am also the program coordinator for the practicum and fieldwork program. I love this field of study because children and adolescents are fascinating.

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