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Completed prerequisite courses (courses may be in progress, but must be completed before August 1,

2017)

5.

Verification of fulfillment of basic skills requirement (usually fulfilled by a passing score on the CBEST -

California Basic Educational Skills Test)

6.

Verification of subject matter competency (usually fulfilled by passing scores on all subtests of the appropriate

CSET - California Subject Examination for Teachers)

7.

Commission on Teacher Credentialing Certificate of Clearance (includes fingerprinting/background check)

8.

Negative tuberculosis test report

A complete application must be submitted in order for candidates to be eligible for an interview with a Teaching

Credential Program Admissions Panel.

Candidates may be admitted to the Teaching Credential Program on probation or with provisions.

NOTICE: It is important to check with the credential analyst for updates regarding any modifications and/or additions to the stated list of

courses and requirements. Periodically, the State of California mandates changes in program structure and content, which the University is

required to implement.

PROGRAM OF STUDY: PRELIMINARY MULTIPLE

SUBJECT CREDENTIAL

Prerequisites

POL220 U.S. Government ........................................................3

E322

Children’s Literature....................................................3

ED400

Foundations of Education..........................................3

ED410

Technology Uses in Education..................................3

Credential courses must be taken concurrently within each

semester):

First Semester (Fieldwork)

ED500

Practicum......................................................................3

ED510

Teaching Reading/Language Arts in

Elementary School......................................................3

ED530A Teaching Strategies for Elementary Mathematics...2

ED530B Teaching Strategies for Elementary Social Studies,

Visual & Performing Arts, Physical Education &

Science...........................................................................3

ED550

Teaching Strategies/English Learners.....................2

ED560

Differentiation for Exceptional Learners.................3

Second Semester (Student Teaching)*

ED570

Colloquium...................................................................2

ED580

Elementary Student Teaching.................................12

*Advancement to Student Teaching requires application, CPR

certification, passing scores on the first two TPAs, B- or better

in all Fieldwork Semester courses, and recommendation of

faculty.

PROGRAM OF STUDY: PRELIMINARY SINGLE

SUBJECT CREDENTIAL

Prerequisites

POL220 U.S. Government.........................................................3

One of the following...............................................................................3

ED202 Curriculum Instruction & Learning Theory (3)

ED301 Cultural & Linguistic Diversity in Teaching (3)

ED400

Foundations of Education..........................................3

ED410

Technology Uses in Education..................................3

Credential courses must be taken concurrently within each

semester):

First Semester (Fieldwork)

ED500

Practicum....................................................................3

ED520

Teaching Reading in the Secondary School............3

ED540A-H Discipline Specific Teaching Strategies in the

Secondary School.......................................................5

ED550

Teaching Strategies/English Learners...................2

ED560

Differentiation for Exceptional Learners...............3

Second Semester (Student Teaching)*

ED570

Colloquium...................................................................2

ED590 Secondary Student Teaching...................................12

*Advancement to Student Teaching requires application, CPR

certification, passing scores on the first two TPAs, B- or better

in all Fieldwork Semester courses, and recommendation of

faculty.