Graduate Studies Programs

Simpson University offers the following master's programs and teaching credential programs (single or multi-subject).

MACP Information Meeting

Education Information Meeting

MAOL Information Meeting

Staff

  • Graduate Studies Admissions Staff
    Amy Warner

    Amy Warner - Recruiter for Graduate Studies Programs

    awarner@simpsonu.edu
    (530) 226-4198

  • School of Education Office Staff

    Becky Shaughnessy - Education Program Specialist

    bshaughnessy@simpsonu.edu
    (530) 226-4113


    Cherlyn Chairez - Credential Analyst

    cchairez@simpsonu.edu
    (530) 226-4942


    Shari Lynn Merrill – Education Program Coordinator

    smerrill@simpsonu.edu
    (530) 226-4109


  • MACP / MAOL Staff
    Addie Jackson

    Adeline (Addie) Jackson, Ed.D.
    Dean, Adult and Graduate Professional Studies

    ajackson@simpsonu.edu
    (530) 226-4788

    Dr. Jackson holds a B.S. in behavioral science from the University of LaVerne, a M.A. in marital and family therapy from Azusa Pacific University and a Ed.D. in organizational leadership from Argosy University, Hawaii. She has worked in higher education administration since 1998.

    Dr. Jackson teaches a limited number of courses in both the Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology and the Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership programs. Her clinical experience includes work in community mental health settings, residential and outpatient addictions treatment, hospital-based behavioral health, employee assistance, and private practice. She has been a trainer and consultant in a variety of organizational settings including state and local government, the visitor industry, labor union, hospitals, and insurance companies. She has been at Simpson University since 2009.

    Program Coordinator, School of Graduate Professional Studies: Open

Faculty