The Integrated Teacher Education Program (ITEP), Urban Dual Credential Emphasis combines the study of academic subjects aligned to Common Core State standards for the K-8 curriculum with professional preparation courses and clinical field experiences leading to both a Multiple Subject Credential and an Education Specialist Credential. Candidates with these dual credentials are authorized to teach all students in K-8 general and special education settings.
Upon successful completion of the program, students will earn a Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies, a Preliminary Multiple Subject Credential, and a Preliminary Education Specialist Credential in Mild/Moderate Disabilities and/or Moderate/Severe Disabilities.
- 135 units total (84 units Liberal Studies Core, 39 units Core Credential Coursework, 12 units Student Teaching)
- Starts in Fall Semester Only
- Cohort Program (not self-paced)
- UDCP courses offered at school site
- Clinical Practice beginning in the fourth year
- Student teaching in the 5th year; One semester in a general education setting and one semester in a special education setting.
In addition to taking a majority of the Liberal Studies Core Requirements courses, students pursuing the UDCP ITEP Pathway will complete the following UDCP credential coursework:
- Group 1. Special Education Foundations: UDCP 400 (2) and UDCP 414 (1)
- Group 2. Teaching and Learning Reading and Language Arts, K-8: UDCP 410 (4) and UDCP 411 (4)
- Group 3. Teaching and Learning Mathematics, K-8: EDEL 462 (3) and UDCP 415 (2)
- Group 4. Diversity and Equity: UDCP 402 (3) and EDSP 454 (3)* (EDSP 454 is required as part of the Core Requirements)
- Group 5. Assessment of Students: EDSP 564 (3)
- Group 6. Managing the Teaching and Learning Environment: UDCP 401(3)
- Group 7. Teaching and Learning History-Social Science, K-8: EDEL 472 (3)
- Group 8. Teaching and Learning Science, K-8: SCED 475 (3)
- Group 9. Teaching and Learning Art, Health, and Physical Education: UDCP 407 (2)
- Group 10. Methods for Students with Moderate/Severe Disabilities: EDSP 578 (3)
- Group 11: Student Teaching in General Education and Special Education Settings: UDCP 420 (Multiple Subjects) (6) and UDCP 422 (Mild/Moderate) or UDCP 423 (Moderate/Severe) (6)
For an ITEP UDCP Graduation Roadmap, refer to the udcp_5year_graduation_grid.pdf (pdf link).
Candidates should apply to the program in the Spring semester of their third year as a Liberal Studies ITEP major, as they are completing a majority of their Core Requirements. The UDCP Cohort begins in the Fall semester only, so students should plan accordingly.
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If there are questions or inquiries regarding the above information, it is recommended to contact a Liberal Studies Advisor in the Teacher Preparation Advising Center at 562-985-1105 or EED-67, or schedule an academic advising appointment online.