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Non-Intern Requirements

Single Subject Teaching Credential, Non-Intern Requirements

The Program begins with Module 1 in Summer II, Fall I or Spring I. Candidates may enter at other times with official advisement only. A maximum of eight units may be taken per term.

Module 17 units
TEP 508
Educational Foundations and Classroom Management (7–12)
3
TEP 518
Methods of Teaching Reading and Writing (7–12)
3
TEP 568A
Field Experience I (7–12)
1
Module 27 units
TEP 528
Teaching Strategies (7–12)
3
TEP 555
Clinical Experiences in Teaching English Language Learners (K–8)
3
TEP 568B
Field Experience II (7–12)
1
To proceed with Modules 3 and 4, candidates must apply and be cleared by the Department of Teacher Education.
Module 35 units
TEP 548
Curriculum Planning and Assessment (7–12)
3
TEP 578A
Clinical Practice I (Student Teaching, 7–12)
2
Module 45 units
TEP 588
Student Teaching Seminar (7–12)
3
TEP 578B
Clinical Practice II (Student Teaching, 7–12)
2
Additional Credential Courses*6 units
EDUC 504
Teaching and Cultural Diversity
3
EDUC 572
Advanced Educational Psychology
3
Credential Total 30 units
*If either EDUC 504 or EDUC 572 is waived, elective units must be completed.
Required Courses for the Master of Arts in Education15 units
Please contact Joanne Gilbreath, Ed.D., (626) 815-5490 for advising.
EDUC 511
Essentials in Educational Technology and Learning
1
EDUC 512
Instructional Applications of Productivity Software
3
EDUC 514
Digital Video in the Classroom
3
EDUC 515
Evolving Educational Technologies
3
EDUC 522
Learning in the 21st Century
3
EDUC 526
Capstone Experience in Educational Technology and Learning
2
Total Units
Credential and Master’s 45 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.

Note: This information is current for the 2013–14 academic year; however, all stated academic information is subject to change. Please refer to the current Academic Catalog for more information.