Apr 19, 2021
The Teacher Education Program at CGU offers coursework to assist students in achieving a variety of goals.
- Credentials. Both Preliminary and Clear Credentials for multiple subject, single subject, and education specialist instruction are available.
- MA/Credential. Because the program is both a master’s and a credentialing program, CGU institutional degree requirements and California State credentialing requirements must be met.
Specific credential and degree programs are listed below. For specific details, refer to the program’s website or call (909) 621-8076.
Admission requirements are detailed in the Admission section of the Bulletin.
Graduate Degrees. University policies and procedures are detailed in the Academic Policies section of the Bulletin. The Student Accounts section of the Bulletin provides information about finances.
Credentials. Contact the Teacher Education program office for details about California State requirements.
General Education Credentials
Multiple Subject Preliminary Credential and MA in Education (36 units)
Single Subject Preliminary Credential and MA in Education (36 units)
- Social Science
- World Languages
Multiple Subject Clear Credential (24 professional credits)
Single Subject Clear Credential (24 professional credits)
Education Specialist Credentials
Mild/Moderate Preliminary Credential and MA in Education (38 units)
Moderate/Severe Preliminary Credential and MA in Education (38 units)
Mild/Moderate Clear Credential (24 professional credits)
Moderate/Severe Clear Credential (24 professional credits)
Dual Credential Programs
Dual Education Specialist Credential and MA in Education (44 units)
Dual General Education and Education Specialist Credential and MA in Education (44-51 units)
- Unit requirement dependent upon area of specialization
Credentials and certificates may be earned in conjunction with the MA in Education. Degree requirements are available on the Education, MA page.
Preliminary credential programs are specifically designed to be earned concurrently with the MA in Education.
The Preliminary Subject Credential in Mathematics can be earned together with the Master of Arts in Applied Mathematics by completing the required 52 units. Coursework consists of 32 specific education units and 20 specific mathematics units. To be successful in the program, applicants must possess a strong background in applied mathematics.