Education Moves

A new program and campus in East San Jose—and new headquarters here on El Camino Real for SCU’s School of Education and Counseling Psychology.

A new program and campus in East San Jose—and new headquarters here on El Camino Real for SCU’s School of Education and Counseling Psychology.

The School of Education and Counseling Psychology has been staking out new territory. Along with a dramatic increase in enrollment, last year the school launched a new campus in East San Jose; graduate students there can earn an M.A. in teaching and a California teaching credential in single or multiple subjects. This summer, ECP moves headquarters up the road: to 455 El Camino Real, where a newly renovated, 75,000-square-foot building will provide much-needed classroom, laboratory, and office space. The school bids farewell to Nick Ladany, who has served three years as dean; he heads south to the University of San Diego.

post-image Photo by Grace Ogihara ’16.
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