Obtaining a second credential broadens a teacher's qualifications and provides greater opportunity for career advancement. The Single Subject Authorization makes it possible to achieve this without completing another teacher credentialing program. Comprised of just one additional class, this authorization is designed for students that already hold a Multiple Subject Credential that want to teach in both single and multiple subject environments at a junior high or high school level.
This program provides eligible candidates with a California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC) designated authorization to serve the specific needs of learners with autism. The Autism Spectrum Disorders Added Authorization allows the holder to conduct assessments, provide instruction and special education related services to individuals with a primary disability of autism.
Obtaining a second credential broadens a teacher's qualifications and provides greater opportunity for career advancement. The Multiple Subject Authorization makes it possible to achieve this without completing another teacher credentialing program. Comprised of just two additional classes, this authorization is designed for students that already hold a Single Subject Credential and want to teach in both multiple and single subject environments.
This program prepares candidates to teach children and conduct educational assessments for grades k – 12, and up to age 22. The Education Specialist Preliminary - Moderate/Severe Disabilities credential focuses on individuals with moderate to low functioning autism, moderate/severe intellectual limitations, emotional disturbances, and multiple disabilities.
This program prepares candidates to teach children and conduct educational assessments for K-12. The Education Specialist Preliminary - Mild/Moderate Disabilities credential focuses on individuals with mild/moderate intellectual limitations, high to moderate functioning autism, other health impairments, and mild emotional disturbances.
Service Credential, Pupil Personnel Services, School Counseling
This program prepares students for the critical role of serving as a counselor in California K-12 public schools. Students in the Pupil Personnel Services Credential for School Counseling program will learn topics such as counselor roles and techniques for students of different cultures and backgrounds, ethical guidelines, legal issues and strategies for goal setting. Graduates will be able to enhance programs for students that enable them to fully participate in educational and life endeavors.
Service Credential, Preliminary Administrative Services
This program mentors and prepares students to successfully assume the multiple leadership roles needed in school administration. With an option to align coursework with direct field experience the Preliminary Administrative Services Credential allows for students to intern while completing their studies. A selection of program courses may also be integrated into the Master of Arts in Education with an emphasis in Educational Leadership and Administration degree.