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Graduate School of Education

Teachers are pivotal in our society. What does that mean? You change lives. It's a huge responsibility, but an important one that benefits from years of experience and a high-quality education. OC's Graduate School of Education prepares you to take the next step in your career and lead confidently.

  • 100% online courses
  • 2 Master's degrees to elevate your career
  • 30 total credit hours
  • 10 total classes

Cur­ricu­lum & Instruction

Great teachers drive student success. Our Curriculum & Instruction degree program, powered by BloomBoard, enables you, as an educator, to hone the skills and knowledge to be an outstanding teacher-leader, all in the environment of your current classroom.

Teacher talking to students

Tech­nol­o­gy & Com­put­er Sci­ence Education

Designed for educators working in a classroom, the program, powered by BloomBoard, consists of courses centered around the fundamentals of CS and computational thinking. Using your newfound knowledge, you'll then tailor the degree through your concentration in K-8 CS.

Business Professor Teaching


Graduate School Cost

According to Career Builder 33% of employers are hiring those with master's degrees for positions previously held by bachelor degreed team members. And, those with an advanced degree earn an average of $17k more annually. It’s an investment in yourself that pays a lifetime of dividends.


The Partnership

About BloomBoard

The Partnership

In 2022, our Graduate School of Education partnered with Bloomboard, a mastery-based learning program for educators, to bring you our first two Master's of Education: Master of Curriculum & Instruction and Master of Technology & Computer Science Education.

These programs are 100% online and based in BloomBoard's micro-credentials. These micro-credentials are created by educators and rooted in research. BloomBoard's innovative learn-by-doing process allows teachers to practice what they’re learning in their own classrooms and to demonstrate their abilities by submitting a portfolio of artifacts derived from their actual practice.