The School of Education at Azusa Pacific University equips teachers and administrators for excellence and leadership in educational settings.

Offering comprehensive graduate education degrees, the school provides an Ed.D. program and accredited teaching credential and master’s programs, including degrees in special education, school psychology, physical education, educational leadership, and educational technology.

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Anita Fitzgerald Henck, Ph.D. Anita Fitzgerald Henck, Ph.D. Dean and Professor, School of Education

News & Features

School of Education

  • APU Professor Karen Longman Earns Global Leadership Award

    The Council for Christian Colleges & Universities (CCCU) named Karen A. Longman, Ph.D., professor in the Department of Higher Education, the 2016 John R. Dellenback Global Leadership Award recipient.

  • APU’s Karen Longman Earns Global Leadership Award

    The Council for Christian Colleges & Universities (CCCU) named Azusa Pacific’s Karen Longman, Ph.D., professor in the Department of Higher Education, the 2016 John R. Dellenback Global Leadership Award recipient.

  • Conference Explores Advances in Doctoral Education

    More than 50 doctoral program directors and faculty representing 19 Council for Christian Colleges & Universities (CCCU) schools gathered at Azusa Pacific to explore successful models and methods of doctoral program delivery.

Elsewhere at APU

  • USA Today Names APU Among 10 Best Colleges for Nursing

    USA Today named Azusa Pacific University among the 10 best U.S. colleges to earn a nursing degree for 2015-16. APU ranks No. 8, joining other prominent schools including Johns Hopkins University, George Washington University, and New York University.

  • Man Exonerated from Murder Conviction Speaks at APU

    Wrongly convicted of murder, Nick Yarris spent 21 years on prison’s death row before his exoneration. He spoke to students in the new Department of Criminal Justice, describing his journey.