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Cohorts

Cohorts at Pacific Oaks College

At A Glance

  • Classes meet one-two times per week, generally weeknights or weekends
  • Each student is assigned an Academic Advisor and Faculty Advisor who will provide ongoing support and assistance
  • Class begin at the start of each term once a minimum number of students is reached
  • Prior Learning Assessment credits available through our Portfolio Development and Assessment process.
  • Access to all Pacific Oaks campuses and support services
  • Access to online bookstore and library

Let us come to you

Serving communities across Northern and Southern California, our off-site cohort programs can bring the classroom to you—offering the opportunity for coworkers and groups to pursue a bachelor’s or master’s degree in a setting that’s close to home or work.

Since classes meet at night or on the weekends, students are able to pursue a B.A. or M.A. degree in while maintaining other commitments during the day. Blended cohort programs are also available, combining face-to-face instruction and online learning with the group support of a cohort model.

Students will have access to resources at both Pacific Oaks campuses as well as online support services. Students in our cohorts may also be able to take advantage of our Portfolio Development and Assessment process and turn practical work experience into credit towards a degree—saving time and money.

Cohort Programs

HUMAN DEVELOPMENT

B.A. in Human Development (Northern & Southern CA)

M.A. in Human Development (Northern & Southern CA)

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION

B.A. in Early Childhood Education (Southern CA)

M.A. in Early Childhood Education (Southern CA)

MARRIAGE AND FAMILY THERAPY

M.A Marriage and Family Therapy: Trauma Studies (Southern CA)

Tuition

A cohort with 17 or more enrolled students may receive a reduced group rate for tuition. To maintain this tuition rate, students must remain at the original cohort location for the duration of their program.

Locations

All of our cohorts include the same rigorous studies and unique learning experience as our classrooms.

Contact

Southern California Cohort Sites

Billy Truong
Cohort Development & Outreach Specialist
Email: [email protected]
Phone. 626.529.8063

Northern California Cohort Sites:

Christan Maxwell
Director of Admissions, Northern California
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 669.999.4308