Pathways Offered by Subject

If your goal is to become a teacher, the Teacher Education Program offers several academic program pathways that culminate in a teaching credential and/or Master of Education degree.

If you are already a teacher, please look at the Principal Leadership Institute, which offers a Master of Education degree and a Tier 1 administrative credential.

Elementary

Grade K-5

Candidates in the Teacher Education Program can earn a multiple-subject credential to teach Elementary and a Master’s Degree in Education (M.Ed.) in this pathway:

English

Grade 6-12

Candidates in the Teacher Education Program can earn a single-subject credential to teach secondary (grade 6-12) English and a Master’s Degree in Education (M.Ed.) in this pathway:

Mathematics

Grade 6-12

Candidates in the Teacher Education Program can earn a single-subject credential to teach secondary (grade 6-12) Mathematics and a Master’s Degree in Education (M.Ed.) in these pathways:

Music

Grade K-12

Candidates in the Teacher Education Program can earn a credential to teach Music in this pathway:

Science

Grade 6-12

Candidates in the Teacher Education Program can earn a single-subject credential to teach secondary (grade 6-12) Science and a Master’s Degree in Education (M.Ed.) in these pathways:

Social Science

Grade 6-12

Candidates in the Teacher Education Program can earn a single-subject credential to teach secondary (grade 6-12) Social Science and a Master’s Degree in Education (M.Ed.) in this pathway:

Upcoming TEP Events

Mon 26

Teacher Education Program Online Info Session

October 26 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Nov 06

Teacher Education Program Online Info Session

November 6 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Nov 21

Through our coursework on sociocultural learning, critical race theory, and community cultural wealth we use theory to make sense of our field work, and our field work to make sense of theory. This bond between theory and practice helps us as new teachers to understand both how to create the environment where our students engage in meaningful learning and why that is so important.”

Leib Sutcher

TEP Novice Year at Lawndale High School, 2018-2019

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