» Attallah College Graduate Programs

The graduate programs at Chapman University's Attallah College of Educational Studies are designed to provide you with excellent professional training for work in schools and communities. Classes are taught by outstanding faculty dedicated to encouraging the next generation of educators, school-based mental health professionals, and scholars.

You will learn to think critically and act collaboratively and ethically in service to others. These skills will allow you to play an active role in improving schools and other educational settings as well as in your community and the lives of your students.

To learn more about our combined credential and graduate degree programs and our doctoral program, explore the links below.

Teacher Education

Attallah College offers a variety of teaching credential and master's degree programs for those who seek to teach at the elementary, middle, or secondary level or in special education. Find the program that's right for you!

School Counseling

The Master of Arts in Counseling provides training for people who wish to work as school counselors and school-based mental health professionals from preschool through high school.

School Psychology

The Ed.S. (Educational Specialist) in School Psychology program is for people who wish to work as school psychologists with children from preschool through high school.

Leadership Development

The Master of Arts in Leadership Development aims to not only develop leaders, but leaders who are capable of shaping leadership in others, to serve in schools, nonprofits, and community organizations.

Ph.D. in Education

The Ph.D. in Education offers a unique combination of four emphases: Cultural and Curricular Studies, Disability Studies, Leadership Studies, and School Psychology.