Multiple Subject Teaching Credential Intern Requirements
Application for Intern Credential must include:
- Proof of subject-matter competence.
- Full-time public school contract.
- Letter on school letterhead fully describing the assignment for consideration (must obtain prior approval from the director of the Intern program).
The program begins with entry in Summer II, Fall I, or Spring I. Candidates may enter at other times with official program advisement only. A maximum of 8 units may be taken per term.
TEP 505Educational Foundations and Classroom Experiences (K–8)
TEP 515Clinical Experiences in Teaching Reading and Writing (K–8)
TEP 565AField Experience I (K–8)
|Pass RICA Exam|
TEP 525Clinical Experiences in Teaching Mathematics (K–8)
TEP 555Clinical Experiences in Teaching English Language Learners (K–8)
TEP 565BField Experience II (K–8)
|To proceed with Modules 3 and 4, candidates must apply and be cleared by the Department of Teacher Education.|
TEP 535Clinical Experiences in Teaching Science (K–8)
TEP 575AClinical Practice I (Contract Teaching, K–8)
TEP 585Intern Teaching Seminar (K–8)
TEP 545Clinical Experiences with Integrating the Humanities (K–8)
TEP 575BClinical Practice II (Contract Teaching, K–8)
|Additional Credential Courses|
EDUC 504Teaching and Cultural Diversity
EDUC 572Advanced Educational Psychology
|*If either EDUC 504 or EDUC 572 is waived, elective units must be completed.|
|Credential Total||33 units|
|Required Courses for the Master of Arts in Education: Teaching|
EDUC 511Essentials in Educational Technology and Learning
EDUC 512Instructional Applications of Productivity Software
EDUC 514Digital Video in the Classroom
EDUC 515Evolving Educational Technologies
EDUC 522Learning in the 21st Century
EDUC 526Capstone Experience in Educational Technology and Learning
|Total units credential and master’s degree||48 units|
English Language Learner Pre-service Requirement for Interns in Fall
Any credential candidate planning to begin an internship in the fall semester must complete Pre-Service training during the Summer II session. This summer session consists of two three-unit classes for six weeks and one English Language Learner Workshop/Pedagogy for the seventh week.