AUSB Graduate Education

TEACHING
DREAMS
COME TRUE

TEACHING
DREAMS
COME TRUE

AUSB Graduate Education

EARLY
DECIDER
OPTION

EARLY
DECIDER
OPTION

AUSB Graduate Education

MA, MEd, AND
CREDENTIALING
PROGRAMS

MA, MEd, AND
CREDENTIALING
PROGRAMS

Graduate Education

Antioch University Santa Barbara’s Education Department offers a variety of Masters and Credential Programs. Whether you’re an aspiring teacher or an experienced educator, we have a program that is tailored to your needs. We invite you to explore the possibilities.

Are you ready to Become a Teacher?

AUSB has many financial aid opportunities, credential options, one-on-one academic assistance, and numerous other benefits.

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Follow Your Passion for Education

Antioch University Santa Barbara

Our graduate education programs fulfill your passion for learning with exceptional preparation and progressive ideas to succeed and lead in diverse classroom, educational, and work environments.

Antioch University Santa Barbara

Whether you are new to the field or have extensive experience as an educator, you will find a rigorous, responsive curriculum in each of our programs to support your career, including a Master’s in Education, Master of Arts in Education, and an array of teaching credentials.

Antioch University Santa Barbara

Undergraduate AUSB students who are already committed to a career in education may fast-track their education with our Early Decider Program. Apply for advance admission to a graduate education program and accelerated coursework while you are still completing your undergraduate degree.

“The education that I received from Antioch University Santa Barbara has prepared me for a successful teaching career by covering a wide array of skills and ideas to better myself as an educator and advocate of social change.”

– Amy Rosen, Alumni

AUSB Graduate Education

Graduate Education Program Enrollment Metrics

99.9%

– Retention Rate (1 Year) based on 2013-14 cohort

63.6%

– 4 year graduation rate for ED Completion Program

Graduation Rate – % of cohort who entered in 2010 and graduated by June 30, 2014; includes full-time and part-time students.