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Pepperdine GSEP Announces Expansion of the Masters in Social Entrepreneurship and Change Program to Washington D.C.

The prestigious Pepperdine Graduate School of Education and Psychology will launch its top-ranking social entrepreneurship and change (SEC) masters program in Washington D.C., walking distance from the White House, in January 2022.

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What is the Master's in Science in Organizational Leadership and Learning?

Curious what a masters degree in Organizational Leadership and Learning is? Read an interview with Dr. Miyake-Trapp, program chair of Pepperdine’s MSOLL program to learn how it can further your career.

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5 of the Best Master's Degrees for Teachers

Although not often needed to become a teacher, a master's degree can help depending on your career goal. Here are the five best master's degrees for teachers.

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An Interview with Dr. Miyake-Trapp, Assistant Professor and Program Chair of Pepperdine's TESOL Program

Read an interview with Dr. Miyake-Trapp, program chair of Pepperdine's TESOL program, to learn more about TESOL and how it can further your career.

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Top 14 Careers/Salaries Opportunities for Master's in Organizational Leadership Graduates

Thinking about getting your Master's in Organizational Leadership at Pepperdine University? Here are the top 14 career opportunities you could pursue.