The UCI School of Education celebrated an impressive number of 442 graduates during UCI's 2017 Commencement Ceremonies at Bren Events Center on June 17 and 18.
Three hundred and twenty-four (324) graduating seniors were awarded their Bachelor of Arts in Education Sciences (BAES). During their studies, which focus on an academic approach to the science of education, students had selected one of four domains: Human Development, Learning, and Cognition; Societal and Policy Contexts Affecting Education; Media and Communication Systems for Learning; or Educational Research and Evaluation. Three of the graduates received their degree summa cum laude; ten were awarded magna cum laude distinction, and 27 graduated cum laude.
BAES Commencement Photographs
Among the graduating seniors receiving their BAES degree, 25 also earned a Certification in Afterschool Education (CASE), and an additional 15 graduated from the UCI CalTeach Math and Science program, earning their STEM degree + Teaching Credential in four years.
UCI CalTeach Reception
One hundred and two (102) candidates completed their Master of Arts in Teaching + Teaching Credential (MAT). Fifty-one (51) of the graduates pursued a Multiple Subject Teaching Credential, and 51 received a Single Subject Teaching Credential - 20 in English, 10 in mathematics, nine in social science, seven in science, two in art, two in world literature, and one in music. The program's bilingual MAT graduates have been hired at dual immersion schools in Mission Viejo, Lake Forest, and Pasadena.
MAT Commencement Photographs
Sixteen PhD in Education students received their doctoral degree during the 2016-2017 academic year, completing requirements in one or more specializations: Learning, Teaching, Cognition, and Development (LTCD); Educational Policy and Social Context (EPSC); and Language, Literacy, and Technology (LLT).
PhD Commencement Photographs
Congratulations to our new UCI School of Education Alumni.