Multiple Subject Added Authorization

Multiple Subject Added Authorization

Obtaining another general education credential broadens a teacher's qualifications and provides greater opportunity for career advancement. The Multiple Subject Added Authorization makes it possible to achieve this without completing another teacher credentialing program. Comprised of just two additional classes, it is designed for students that already hold a Single Subject Credential and want to teach in both multiple and single subject environments.

Program curriculum provides the foundations of teaching literacy and language in K-8 classrooms. The student then selects one course from specialized areas of interest including mathematics, science, or history, social science and visual/performing arts, and must demonstrate competency by passing the CSET Multiple Subject and RICA exams.

Admission Requirements

Applicants intending on enrolling in this program, whether online or on campus, must be California residents and and must complete the formal application process with all required documents, which include:

  1. Submit a copy of their appropriate, valid, CTC designated credential in Special Education
  2. Possess a pre-requisite valid CTC designated credential.
  3. A copy of candidates active CA teaching credential.
  • Candidates who have completed the requirements for the 2042 Multiple Subject Credential can add a Single Subject Authorization to their credential.
  • Candidate who have completed the requirements for the Single Subject Credential can add a Multiple Subject Content Authorization to the credential.

Admission Grade Point Average (GPA) Requirements:

Neither transcripts, nor a standard GPA is required

A candidate who has completed the requirements for the Single Subject Credential can add a Multiple Subject Content Authorization to the credential by:

  1. Taking EDMU 521;
  2. Taking EDMU 523, or 524 or 525 (3 credits);
  3. Demonstrating subject matter competency by passing the CSET Multiple Subject exam.
  4. Passing the RICA examination.