Requirements for Formal Admission to the Credential Program
For applicants to be admitted to the program, they must have:
- A bachelor’s degree from a regionally-accredited college or university.
- Attempted the basic skills requirement, (e.g., CBEST).
- A 2.75 Grade Point Average (GPA) or better in the last 60 semester units.
- Completed a CTC-approved subject matter program by subject-area department or received
a passing score on all required sections of the California Subject Examinations for Teachers (CSET).
- Completed the following with a grade of C or better, or with credit:
o GE Oral Communication (3) or Speech Proficiency Assessment for Teachers (1) or an acceptable alternative by petition
o EDCI 4000 Transformative Teaching in Diverse Urban Classrooms (3)
o EDFN 4131 Psychological Foundations of Education (2)
o EDSP 4000 Foundations of Special Education (3)
o EDFN 4200 Education Foundations: Diversity and Equity in Urban Schools (2)
o EDSE 4480 Instructional Fieldwork Laboratory for Urban Schools (1)
o EDSE 5000 Transformative Classroom Instruction and Management (3)
o GE Writing Proficiency Examination (0) or a score of 41 or higher on the writing portion of the CBEST or an
acceptable alternative by petition.
o KOR 3100 Traditional Korean Civilization (3) [review for CSET subtest 2]
o KOR 3200 Korean Linguistics (3) [review for CSET subtests 1 and 3]
o KOR 4080 Classical Korean Literature (3) [review for CSET subtest 2]
o KOR 4001 Advanced Reading and Composition (3) [review for CBEST writing]
Effective January 5, 2015, all applicants for re-admission will be required to complete a re-admission protocol and
interview for consideration. Please see Charter College of Education, Office for Student Services website for specifics.
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Requirements for a Preliminary Single Subject Teaching Credential
In order for the university to recommend students to the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC) for a
preliminary Single Subject Teaching credential, the following requirements must be completed or passed.
• A bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university.
• Basic skills requirements, e.g., passing score on all sections of the CBEST.
• Completed a CTC-approved subject matter program by subject-area department or a passing score on all required
sections of the California Subject Examinations for Teachers (CSET).
• A cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) card (infant, child, and adult)
• Fulfillment of the U.S. Constitution requirement or an equivalent.
• Pass all of the Teaching Performance Assessments (TPA)
• The professional education courses listed below successfully completed with a grade of “C” or better.