IT'S ALL POSSIBLE. IT'S UP TO YOU.
Most of our students want to advance their career or make an impact. If you want to do the same, you’ll fit right in!
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Earn your advanced degree while working full-time.
TO TRULY ACCOMPLISH YOUR CAREER GOAL, YOU NEED A COLLEGE EXPERIENCE THAT IS MORE THAN CUSTOMIZED WITH AMENITIES LIKE:
- Coursework that combines engaging teaching experiences and personalized instruction
- Preparation to become culturally responsive, adaptable, and effective educators
- Access to experienced Simpson College faculty as well as exceptional mentor-teachers
- Connections and field experiences in both rural and urban area schools
- Opportunities to connect theory to practice in deep and meaningful ways
- Small cohorts that lead to lifelong relationship with peers and faculty
Your skills will be flexible, adaptable and mobile. You will be ready for the risk and reward. You will be empowered.
Master of Arts in Criminal Justice
Classes focus on building leaders who have a greater understanding of the criminal and juvenile justice process and causes and conditions that contribute to criminal behavior.
Dynamic classroom topics include administrative challenges and navigating the adjudication process and the correctional system.
Master of Music in Choral Conducting
In partnership with the CORO Choral Institute, we’re inspired to foster the development and enhancement of choral music in ways that enrich and excite the souls of vocalists, audience members and communities.
Thrive in both today’s classrooms as an artist-teacher and live performance spaces as a conductor.
Master of Arts in Teaching
Sharing your passion, inspiring others, making a difference, doing things differently, changing the future of education ... it’s all rewarding.
Create an environment to encourage positive social interaction and engaged student learning.
Nearly 8% of the U.S. population has a master’s degree — a 43% increase since 2002.
Graduate students are eligible for Federal Aid.
Submit the FAFSA.
Our financial aid team will help you explore all free aid options. Then, we can guide you through loans if you would like assistance.
Des Moines employers have confidence in a Simpson education. More than 60 businesses have contributed to the cost of their employees’ tuition at SC.
You get an interest-free grace period of 45 days after the end of the term to submit your employer’s portion of tuition.
One less thing for you to worry about!