An Antioch University Los Angeles MAEx degree provides candidates with a wide variety of skills and practices that are quite marketable in our changing economy. The department faculty partner with our candidates to explore the injustices that pervade our society and to learn strategies for impacting them in positive ways through educational ventures.
The curriculum consists of six half-time quarters where candidates develop a systems approach to social justice and sustainability-oriented educational leadership perspectives along with a variety of elective courses to best suit their area of interest and Department goals. The degree culminates with candidates sitting an oral Capstone experience that is based on research and learning they will have conducted within the program.
Candidates are assigned to a faculty advisor when they are accepted into the Program and work closely with their advisor to tailor the degree to meet their needs and allow them to pursue their individual interests.
For general information about department goals, please see the Master of Arts in Education and Teacher Credentialing section.
The number of quarter units for the MAEx degree is 45.
|TEP 6230||Review of Educational Research||3|
|TEP 6290A||Educational Research: Inquiry II||3|
|TEP 5260||Systems Thinking||3|
|TEP 6380||Leadership & Change||3|
Elective courses *
|TEP 5000B||Grassroots Organizing for Social Justice||3|
|TEP 5310C||Enhancing English Language Development With Literature||3|
|TEP 6030B||Graduate Seminar||1-6|
|TEP 6030H||Graduate Seminar: History of Ideas||3|
|TEP 6060||Diversity in Schools||3|
|TEP 6340.LA||Critical Media Literacy||3|
|TEP 6370.LA||Global Perspectives in an Era of Change||3|
|TEP 6390||Global Perspectives in an Era of Change II||3|
|TEP 6420||Current Trends in Neuroscience||3|
|TEP 6430||Advanced Leadership||3|
|TEP 6440||Education-Community Contexts & Interactions||3|
|TEP 6450||An Intro to Ecoliteracy||3|
|TEP 6470||Grant Proposal Development||3|
Total Quarter Units = 45
* This list represents potential course offerings. Not all courses will be available to all students.