College of Education Update Regarding COVID-19
Considerations surrounding novel coronavirus, or COVID-19, are evolving rapidly.
For the remainder of the semester, many staff will be asked to continue to work remotely on most days. Therefore, College of Education offices will not be open normal business hours. Please continue to check the CSULB COVID-19 website for up-to-date information on the evolving situation.
The Department of Teacher Education (TED) offers a teacher preparation (credential) program for those desiring to become elementary teachers (K-8), course work for those preparing to be secondary (high school) teachers or special education teachers, and graduate level course work leading to master's degrees, advanced credentials, and certificates.
|Art Teaching Credential Program||Initial Single Subject Credential|
|Career and Technical Education||Designated Subject Credential|
|Curriculum and Instruction||Master's Degree|
|Dual Language Development||Master's Degree|
|Early Childhood Education||Master's Degree|
|Mathematics Education||Master's Degree|
|Multiple Subject Credential Program (MSCP)||Initial Cedential|
|Reading and Literacy Added Authorization||Certificate|
The credential programs are authorized by the California Commission for Teacher Credentialing (CCTC). Details on program offerings and many other topics can also be found in the CSULB Catalog.