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Teaching Credential, Preliminary, Moderate/Severe

Preliminary Education Specialist – Moderate/Severe Credential

This certificate program prepares candidates to become influential leaders within their school systems by working with students with disabilities in grades K-12 and adults up to age 22. The program is uniquely designed to combine coursework with field experience, providing candidates with vital real-world experience in special education.

Teaching Credential, Preliminary, Mild/Moderate

Preliminary Education Specialist - Mild/Moderate Credential with an English Learner Authorization

This credential program prepares candidates to teach students with disabilities in grades kindergarten through high school, and adults up to age 22. The program is designed to combine coursework with field experiences, providing candidates with vital real-world experience for special-education teaching.

MA, Educational Leadership and Administration with Preliminary Administrative Services Credential

Master of Arts in Educational Leadership and Administration, with Preliminary Administrative Services Credential

School administrators are vital to the success of our educational systems and the communities they serve. As the demand for qualified educational professionals continues to grow, job diversity within the field offers new opportunities for development. Many educators desire to become elementary, middle, and high school principals who are responsible for managing daily school activities, coordinate curricula, and oversee staff.

Ed.S., School Psychology and MA, Educational Psychology with Pupil Personnel Services Credential, School Psychology

Ed.S., School Psychology and Master of Arts in Educational Psychology with the Pupil Personnel Services Credential in School Psychology

This degree prepares students to serve as a school psychologist and provide consultation services to parents and school staff, crisis management services to schools, and collaborate with institution-linked health services.