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  • Proof of Registration for the CSET (California Subject Examinations for Teachers): Multiple Subjects exams
  • 一道本不卡免费高清For students entering with fewer than 40 transfer credits at the time of admission:

    Progression to a Credential Program Requirement:

    Students who wish to pursue the BA Early Childhood Education degree with the Elementary Education and/or Special Education concentration must pass the CBEST or meet the Basic Skills Requirement (BSR) by the conclusion of 40 GE credits in order to progress into a credential track program.  Students who pass the CBEST or meet the Basic Skills Requirement, must also show verification of registration for the CSET exams. For more information on Teacher Credentialing, please see the Credentials Office page under the Resource section of the POC website.

    If a student does not pass the CBEST or meet the BSR by the conclusion of the 40 GE credits, they may progress in the BA ECE degree program and attempt the CBEST or BSR until they have successfully passed. At the time a student has successfully passed the CBEST or BSR, they may request a program transfer by completing the Program Transfer form found on the Registrar’s Office webpage.

    Passing CBEST or meeting the Basic Skills Requirement (BSR) is the first step into a credential track program.  In order to progress through一道本不卡免费高清 a credential program and earn a California teaching credential, students will need to meet additional exam and CCTC requirements beyond successful completion of coursework.

     

    Please note: Prior coursework will be evaluated as part of the Admissions process.

     

    Pacific Oaks M.A. Admissions Requirements

     

    M.A. Early Childhood Education programs

    • Completed
    • Application Fee
    • Resume
    • Personal Statement
    • Official Transcripts from all institutions attended
    • Demonstrated commitment to the mission and values of Pacific Oaks College
    • Successful completion of a bachelor’s degree or higher from a regionally accredited institution in Early Childhood Education or Child Development*

    *Students who do not have a B.A. in either Early Childhood Education or Child Development are admitted based on completion of approved courses from a regionally accredited college/university.

    M.A. Education Programs

    • Completed
    • Application Fee
    • Resume
    • Personal Statement
    • Successful completion of a bachelor’s degree or higher except in professional education from a regionally accredited institution
    • Satisfy the  (e.g., CBEST)
    • Proof of registration or payment for the California Subject Examinations for Teachers (CSET: Multiple Subjects; i.e., Subtests I, II, and III) with test dates in the first six months of initial enrollment
    • Letter of Recommendation required for students whose cumulative GPA is below 2.5
    • Demonstrated commitment to the mission and values of Pacific Oaks College

    M.A. Human Development degree programs

    • Demonstrated commitment to the mission and values of Pacific Oaks College
    • Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution
    • Completed
    • Application Fee
    • Resume
    • Official transcripts from all institutions attended
    • Personal Statement

    M.A. Marriage and Family Therapy degree programs

    • Demonstrated commitment to the mission and values of Pacific Oaks College
    • Completed
    • Application Fee
    • Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution
    • Resume
    • Personal statement
    • Official transcripts from all institutions attended
    • Two letters of recommendation; one must be from a current or previous supervisor
    • Interview
    • Essay for specialization

    M.A. Organizational Leadership and Change

    • Demonstrated commitment to the mission and values of Pacific Oaks College
    • Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution
    • Completed
    • Application fee
    • Resume
    • Official transcripts from all institutions attended
    • Personal statement

    Non-Degree Credential programs

    • Completed
    • Application Fee
    • Resume
    • Personal Statement
    • Successful completion of a bachelor’s degree or higher except in professional education from a regionally accredited institution
    • Satisfy the  (e.g., CBEST)
    • Proof of registration or payment for the California Subject Examinations for Teachers (CSET: Multiple Subjects; i.e., Subtests I, II, and III) with test dates in the first six months of initial enrollment
    • Letter of Recommendation required for students whose cumulative GPA is below 2.5
    • Demonstrated commitment to the mission and values of Pacific Oaks College

    Personal Statement

    Your Pacific Oaks Application includes a Personal Statement, which provides you with the opportunity to demonstrate your writing and communication skills. It also allows Pacific Oaks College to learn more about your educational goals. If given an offer of acceptance, your personal statement will be assessed for content, writing style, grammar and mechanics, as well as reflection and self-assessment.  Based on an evaluation of your personal statement, upon matriculation you may be required to participate in the Academic Writing Seminar.

     Personal Statement Format

    一道本不卡免费高清The following format is required to ensure readability of your personal statement. Your essay must be a minimum of 500 words, and no more than 1,000.

    一道本不卡免费高清To complete your personal statement, select the question below that applies to you:

    • School of Cultural & Family Psychology applicants must answer question number one.
    • Schools of Education and Human Development applicants may choose any question to answer.
    1. Describe two challenges in your life you have experienced. Explain what those challenges mean to you and how those challenges will help you pursue your professional goals at Pacific Oaks College. Incorporate one source in your response as a means to support your statement. Lastly, explain how will you contribute and uphold the Pacific Oaks mission and core values during your course work and professional development.
    1. Describe a time when you needed to work in a team. Explain what skills are needed to be a part of a team and if working in a team environment is an effective method for learning. Incorporate one source in your response as a means to support your statement. Lastly, explain how will you contribute and uphold the Pacific Oaks mission and core values during your course work and professional development.
    1. Describe a challenge you have experienced with technology. Explain how that specific experience will aid you in your education and further use of technology as a learning tool. Incorporate one source in your response as a means to support your statement. Lastly, explain how will you contribute and uphold the Pacific Oaks mission and core values during your course work and professional development.