At Humphreys College, we pride ourselves in serving motivated and determined students who desire a caring, compassionate, and rigorous academic program. Our skilled and professional faculty-practitioners build bridges between a solid educational foundation and practical life. Our graduate curricula are designed to address the needs of employers by making course content relevant and practical, while our long history and deep connections with the community open doors and provide opportunity. We provide a rewarding educational experience that gives our graduate students a wide variety of options and a competitive advantage in the career marketplace.
Graduate students at Humphreys College excel in our extraordinarily personal, welcoming, and approachable environment. Our small cohorts ensure maximum interaction with students and faculty, and allow for the personalization of a student’s educational experience. Our programs are designed with working adults in mind, incorporating flexible scheduling, quick progression, accessible faculty and administration, and a focus on student achievement.
|► Master of Arts in Education|
|Early Childhood Education emphasis|
|Educational Administration emphasis|
|Teaching with a Multiple Subject Credential|
|► Multiple Subject Teaching Credential|
Degree requirements are presented in the college catalog
Forms & Publications
Humphreys College guarantees full consideration of your application and supporting documents if received by the following dates:
|Fall Admission||September 10|
|Winter Admission||December 10|
|Spring Admission||March 10|
|Summer Admission||June 10|
Our faculty is what makes the difference.
Ms. Roberts has been with the College since 2011. She serves as the Coordinator of Teacher Credentialing Programs. Ms. Roberts earned her MA in Education from CSU Stanislaus in 2002. She also holds an Administrative Credential, Reading Specialist Credential, and CLEAR CLAD Multiple Subject Credential.
Robert Humphreys, Jr.
Dr. Humphreys, Jr., has taught at the College since 2006. He also serves as the Dean of Instruction. He earned his Ph.D. in Higher Education from Claremont Graduate University in 2006.