Credential Programs

Become a Teacher
 

To teach in the State of California you must first earn a Teaching Credential. Find the information you need to apply and gain your credential below.

Becoming a Teacher

Program Overviews

Your first step in Becoming a Teacher is to attend one of our on-campus overviews where we cover the credential program you’re interested in. Our hour-long sessions include a question and answer session at the end of each review. NO RSVP is required. Please refer below for a list of upcoming sessions:

Credential Overviews

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Our Credential Programs

Elementary & Bilingual Education

Our Multiple Subject Credential Program prepares students for a teaching career at the Elementary School level. We offer a Multiple Subject Credential, Multiple Subject Credential with Bilingual Authorization, and a Combined Credential / Masters Program. For more program and admission information, visit our Elementary and Bilingual Education Department here.

Secondary Education (High School & Middle School)

The Single Subject Credential prepares students for a teaching career at the High School and Middle School level. Specific single-subject areas of study include: Art, English, Foreign Language, Mathematics, Music, Physical Education, Science, Social Studies, and Theater.

Special Education

Education Specialist Credentials prepare students for a teaching career working with children with Mild/Moderate Disabilities, Moderate/Severe Disabilities, and also in Early Childhood Special Education. For more program and admission information, visit our Special Education Department here.

Reading Education Specialist Credential

The Reading/Language Arts Specialist Credential prepares students for a teaching career working with classroom teachers to monitor student progress, direct literacy interventions, plan literacy instruction programs and develop and coordinate reading programs at the school, district, or county level.
Reading/Language Arts Specialist Credential

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