Deadline Nears for Oregon Christian College’s Master of Education Program

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Prospective students have until July 15 to apply to George Fox University program, accredited nationally by National Council for Accreditation of Teaching Education

The final application deadline for George Fox University’s fall 2010 master of education program is set for Thursday, July 15.

The graduate program, designed for licensed educators, is offered through the university’s School of Education, which is approved by the Oregon Teacher Standards and Practices Commission and accredited nationally by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education.

The program is designed to fulfill the professional development needs of educators who specialize in different aspects of K-12 and higher education. It empowers educators by honing the personal development and professional teaching skills needed to guide students in today’s world.

The master of education offers online courses in fall and spring semesters, as well as on-site courses; evening courses at the university’s Portland Center near Tigard and in area schools throughout the school year; and a flexible summer school on the university’s Newberg campus.

A distinguishing trademark of the program is a cutting-edge curriculum that incorporates innovative classroom techniques, computer technologies, and a broad spectrum of educational, psychological and sociological issues.

More information on the program is available by calling 800-631-0921, ext. 2266.

George Fox University is ranked by Forbes as one of the top 100 colleges in the country and highest among Christian colleges. George Fox is the only Christian university in the Pacific Northwest classified by U.S. News & World Report as a national university. More than 3,300 students attend classes on the university’s campus in Newberg, Ore., and at teaching centers in Portland, Salem, and Redmond, Ore., and Boise, Idaho. George Fox offers bachelor’s degrees in more than 40 majors, degree-completion programs for working adults, five seminary degrees, and 12 master’s and doctoral degrees.

Kristie DeHaven


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