Teaching Credential Department Programs

Master in Arts in Teaching with a Multiple Subject Credential (pending curricular approval)

The MA in Teaching with Multiple Subject Teaching Credential program blends a teacher preparation program with a Master of Arts in Teaching.  The Multiple Subject Teaching Credential authorizes the holder to teach all subjects in a self-contained classroom, such as the classrooms in most elementary schools, and prepares candidates to work with second language learners. The coursework focuses on preparing effective teachers for urban classrooms and includes a foundation in social justice and equity in all activities, tasks and learning. 

Upon successful completion of the credential coursework, candidates can opt out of the program and be recommended for the Multiple Subject teaching credential.  Or program candidates can complete an additional sequence of five Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) courses. Candidates will learn how to critically examine the sociocultural and sociopolitical contexts related to the broad fields of educational research and schooling.  Candidates will apply such analytical skills to develop and implement standards-based curriculum in diverse settings using best instructional and inclusive practices that positively impact the learning of all students including English Learners and students with disabilities.  Candidates will also create an original Teacher Action Research Inquiry Project using practice-based methods in diverse educational settings.

  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • Subject Matter Competency (i.e. CSET or subject matter program)
  • Basic Skills (i.e. CBEST)
  • Writing Proficiency
  • Overall GPA of 2.67 (or 2.75 in last 60 semester / 90 quarter units)
  • Minimum of 45 hours experience working with diverse learners within the age group/population you want to teach
  • 2 references (on required forms)
    • Academic reference
    • Reference who can attest to your experience with children
  • Essay (graduate writing sample with prompt provided)
  • Certificate of clearance (background check)
  • Group Interview

 

PREREQUISITE COURSES (taken prior to start of program)

Course

Units

Title

EDUC 100A/B       

3

Educating Students with Disabilities in Inclusive Settings

EDUC 170             

3

Bilingual Education: Educating English Learners

HLSC 136             

2

School Health Education

KINS 172*            

3

Movement Education

*Admitted students can take equivalent workshop during program

 

CORE CREDENTIAL COURSES (taken in first two semesters)

Course

Units

Title

EDMS 272*

3

Methods for Teaching Second Language Learners

EDMS 213*

3

Strategies for an Inclusive Classroom: Multiple Subject

EDMS 232*

2

Assessment Center Laboratory for Multiple Subject Candidates

EDMS 234A*

3

Foundations of Teaching in a Diverse K-8 Classroom - A

EDMS 234B*

2

Foundations of Teaching in a Diverse K-8 Classroom – B

EDMS 235A*

1

Advanced Principles of Teaching in a Diverse K-8 Classroom – A

EDMS 235B*

1

Advanced Principles of Teaching in a Diverse K-8 Classroom – B

EDMS 314

3

Mathematics Curriculum & instruction for the Diverse K-8 Classroom

EDMS 315

3

History-Social Science Curriculum & Instruction for the Diverse K-8 Classroom

EDMS 316

3

Science Curriculum & instruction for the Diverse K-8 Classroom

EDMS 317

1

Visual and Preforming Arts Methods for the Diverse K-8 Classroom

EDMS 319A

3

Language and Literacy I for the Diverse K-8 Classroom

EDMS 319B

2

Language and Literacy II for the Diverse K-8 Classroom

EDMS 330A

1

Educational Technology Lab I

EDMS 330B

1

Educational Technology Lab II

EDMS 334C

2

Fundamentals of Teaching in a Diverse K-8 Classroom

EDMS 434A

6

Field Experience for Elementary Teachers

EDMS 434B

8

Student Teaching for Elementary Teachers

 

COURSES FOR OPTIONAL BILINGUAL AUTHORIZATION IN HMONG OR SPANISH

Course

Units

Title

EDUC 172

3

Introduction to Hmong Literacy

EDUC 175

3

Pedagogy and Academic Language Skills in Spanish for Bilingual Educators

 

COURSES FOR MA IN TEACHING (taken in summer & two part-time semesters)

Course

Units

Title

EDMS 241

5

Action Research in Multicultural Settings

EDMS 242

3

Critical Perspectives in Classroom Inquiry

EDMS 243

3

Data Collection for Action Research in Multicultural Settings

EDMS 244

3

Sociocultural & Sociopolitical Contests of Data Analysis

EDMS 500

3

Classroom Inquiry Project: Culminating Experience

 

*Course also counts towards the Master of Arts in Teaching

  • Preschool Teacher
  • K-8 Teacher
  • Private School Teacher
  • Education Consultant
  • Elementary Curriculum Development Specialist
  • Curriculum Evaluator

Application Coordinator: Kya Webb
kya.webb@csus.edu
(916)278-6639

 Student Success Center – Advising
(916) 278-6403 | Eureka Hall 437| coe@csus.edu 
Office Hours: 9:00am-12:00pm and 1:00pm-3:00pm 

Students are advised on a drop in basis.
Website: Click Here 

Program Coordinator: Dr. Brian Lim
lim@csus.edu

Master of Arts in Teaching with a Single Subject Credential  (pending curricular approval)

The MA in Teaching with Single Subject Teaching Credential program blends a teacher preparation program with a Master of Arts in Teaching.  The Single Subject Teaching Credential authorizes the holder to provide instruction in approved subject areas in a departmentalized classroom and prepares candidates to work with second language learners. The coursework focuses on preparing effective teachers for urban classrooms and includes a foundation in social justice and equity in all activities, tasks and learning.  Subject areas include:

  • Art
  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • English/Language Arts
  • French
  • Geoscience
  • General Science
  • German
  • Health Science
  • Home Economics
  • Mathematics
  • Music
  • Physical Education
  • Physics
  • Social Science History
  • Spanish

Upon completion of the credential coursework, candidates can opt out of the program and be recommended for the Single Subject teaching credential.  Or program candidates can complete an additional sequence of five Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) courses. Candidates will learn how to critically examine the sociocultural and sociopolitical contexts related to the broad fields of educational research and schooling.  Candidates will apply such analytical skills to develop and implement standards-based curriculum in diverse settings using best instructional and inclusive practices that positively impact the learning of all students including English Learners and students with disabilities.  Candidates will also create an original Teacher Action Research Inquiry Project using practice-based methods in diverse educational settings.

  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • Subject Matter Competency (i.e. CSET or subject matter program)
  • Basic Skills (i.e. CBEST)
  • Writing Proficiency
  • Overall GPA of 2.67 (or 2.75 in last 60 semester / 90 quarter units)
  • Minimum of 45 hours experience working with diverse learners within the age group/population you want to teach
  • 2 references (on required forms)
    • Academic reference
    • Reference who can attest to your experience with children
  • Essay (graduate writing sample with prompt provided)
  • Certificate of clearance (background check)
  • Group Interview

 

PREREQUISITE COURSES (taken prior to start of program)

Course

Units

Title

EDUC 100A/B       

3

Educating Students with Disabilities in Inclusive Settings

EDUC 170            

3

Bilingual Education: Educating English Learners

HLSC 136              

2

School Health Education

 

CORE CREDENTIAL COURSES (taken in first two semesters)

Course

Units

Title

EDSS 279A*

1.5

Methods & Materials for Teaching Secondary English Learners A

EDSS 279B*

1.5

Methods & Materials for Teaching Secondary English Learners B

EDSS 264A*

3

Theoretical Foundations of Teaching in a Multicultural Democratic Society, Lecture

EDSS 364C

1

Advanced Theoretical Foundations of Teaching in a Multicultural Democratic Society, Lecture

EDSS 364D

1

Advanced Theoretical Foundations of Teaching in a Multicultural Democratic Society, Workshop

EDSS 365A

1.5

Fundamentals of Teaching, Lecture

EDSS 365B

1.5

Fundamentals of Teaching, Workshop

EDSS 265C*

1

Advanced Fundamentals of Teaching, Lecture

EDSS 265D*

1

Advanced Fundamentals of Teaching, Workshop

EDSS 366A

3

Single Subject Seminar, A

EDSS 266B*

2

Single Subject Seminar, B

EDSS 373A

1

Educational Technology Lab I

EDSS 373B

1

Educational Technology Lab II

EDSS 282*

3

Strategies for Inclusive Classrooms: Single Subject

EDSS 384A

1.5

Instruction and Assessment of Academic Literacy, A

EDSS 384B

1.5

Instruction and Assessment of Academic Literacy, B

EDSS 38_A/B

1.5/1.5

Secondary Methods (Subject Specific)

EDSS 474A

6

Field Experiences in Secondary Schools

EDSS 474B

8

Student Teaching in Secondary Schools

 

COURSES FOR OPTIONAL BILINGUAL AUTHORIZATION IN HMONG OR SPANISH

Course

Units

Title

EDUC 172

3

Introduction to Hmong Literacy

EDUC 175

3

Pedagogy and Academic Language Skills in Spanish for Bilingual Educators

 

COURSES FOR MA IN TEACHING (taken in summer & two part-time semesters)

Course

Units

Title

EDMS 241

5

Action Research in Multicultural Settings

EDMS 242

3

Critical Perspectives in Classroom Inquiry

EDMS 243

3

Data Collection for Action Research in Multicultural Settings

EDMS 244

3

Sociocultural & Sociopolitical Contests of Data Analysis

EDMS 500

3

Classroom Inquiry Project: Culminating Experience

 

*Course also counts towards the Master of Arts in Teaching

  • Middle School Teacher
  • High School Teacher
  • Private School Teacher
  • Education Consultant
  • Elementary Curriculum Development Specialist
  • Curriculum Evaluator

Application Coordinator: Kya Webb
kya.webb@csus.edu
(916)278-6639

 Student Success Center – Advising
(916) 278-6403 | Eureka Hall 437| coe@csus.edu 
Office Hours: 9:00am-12:00pm and 1:00pm-3:00pm Students are advised on a drop in basis.
Website: Click Here 

Program Coordinator: Dr. Jenna Porter
jmporter@csus.edu

Master of Arts in Teaching with an Educational Specialist Mild/Moderate Credential (pending curricular approval)

The MA in Teaching with Education Specialist Credential Mild/Moderate Credential blends a teacher preparation program with a Master of Arts in Teaching. The Education Specialist Instruction Credential authorizes the holder to provide instruction and special education support as well as conduct educational assessments related to student's access to the academic core curriculum.  Support services can be provided according to the credential holder's area of specialization in the following settings:

  • Resource rooms or services
  • Special education settings
  • General education settings
  • Special schools
  • Home/hospital settings
  • State hospitals
  • Development centers
  • Correctional facilities
  • Non-public school/agencies
  • Non-sectarian schools/agencies
  • Alternative/Non-traditional instructional
  • Public school settings

Upon completion of the credential coursework, candidates can opt out of the program and be recommended for the Education Specialist Mild/Moderate teaching credential.  Or program candidates can complete an additional sequence of course to obtain their Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT).  The MAT program focuses on inquiry-based education which includes hands-on instruction with problem-based learning and issues-centered curriculum and a focus on reflection during the teaching and research process. The program foundation rests in social justice and equity in education for all children and youth, including those with disabilities, and their families. The materials and associated activities presented in the MAT coursework are highly integrated to support candidates with successful completion of the Master of Arts in Teaching degree.

  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • Subject Matter Competency (i.e. CSET or subject matter program)
  • Basic Skills (i.e. CBEST)
  • Writing Proficiency
  • Overall GPA of 2.67 (or 2.75 in last 60 semester / 90 quarter units)
  • Minimum of 45 hours experience working with diverse learners within the age group/population you want to teach
  • 2 references (on required forms)
    • Academic reference
    • Reference who can attest to your experience with children
  • Essay (graduate writing sample with prompt provided)
  • Certificate of clearance (background check)
  • Group Interview

PREREQUISITE COURSES (taken prior to start of program)

Course

Units

Title

EDUC 100A/B

3

Educating Students with Disabilities in Inclusive Settings

EDUC 170

3

Bilingual Education: Educating English Learners

HLSC 136

2

School Health Education

 

CORE CREDENTIAL COURSES (taken in first four semesters)

Course

Units

TitlE

EDSP 119

3

Legal and Social Foundations of Special Education

EDSP 205

2

Methods in Access and Inclusion in the Core Curriculum: Moderate/Severe Disabilities

EDSP 206*

3

Collaborative Program Planning with Families, Professionals, and Communities

EDSP 207

2

Secondary/Post-Secondary Methods and Transition Planning: Moderate/Severe Disabilities

EDSP 208

2

Evidenced-based Assessment & Instruction: Mod/Severe Disabilities

EDSP 209*

3

Developing Augmentative Alternative Communication Systems: Assessment and Intervention

EDSP 216

3

Educational Implications of Physical Sensory Disabilities and Specialized Health Care Needs

EDSP 217*

3

Positive Behavioral Support: Effective Individual, Class-wide and School-wide Applications (Moderate)

EDSP 218*

3

Instructional Strategies: Low Incidence Disabilities

EDSP 220

3

Language and Literacy in Inclusive Classrooms I

EDSP 221*

3

Language and Literacy in Inclusive Classrooms II

EDSP 230

3

Positive Behavior Supports for Students with Mild, Moderate, and Severe Behavioral Challenges

EDSP 235*

2

Field Seminar in Program and Instruction: Mod/Severe Disabilities

EDSP 236

1

Student Teaching Seminar: Moderate/Severe Disabilities

EDSP 292*

3

Teaching English Learners with Disabilities

EDSP 293

3

Strategies for Inclusive Classrooms: Education Specialist

EDSP 413

3

Field Experience I: Moderate/Severe Disabilities

EDSP 414

3

Field Experience II: Moderate/Severe Disabilities

EDSP 415

5

Student Teaching: Moderate/Severe

 

COURSES TO ADD MULTIPLE SUBJECT CREDENTIAL (taken in first four semesters) 

Course

Units

TitlE

EDMS 315

3

History-Social Science Curriculum and Instruction for the Diverse K-8 Classroom

EDMS 316

3

Science Curriculum and Instruction for the Diverse K-8 Classroom

EDMS 317

1

Visual & Preforming Arts Methods

KINS 172**

3

Movement Education

EDMS 232

2

Assessment Center Laboratory for Multiple Subject Candidate

EDSP 420B

8

Multiple Subject Student Teaching

 

COURSES FOR MA IN TEACHING (taken during summer & two part-time semesters)

Course

Units

TitlE

EDSP 281

6

Critical Issues in Special Education Research and Practice

EDSP 282

3

Methods in Research Design and Practice with Diverse, Children, Youth, and Families

EDSP 283

3

Critical Analysis and Interpretation of Data within Diverse School and Community Contexts

EDSP 500

3

Master of Arts Thesis: Special Education

   *Course also counts toward Master of Arts in Teaching

**Admitted credential students can take equivalent workshop during the program

  • PK - 12 Specialist in special education or inclusive settings
  • Private School Teacher in support of students with mild/moderate disabilities
  • Education Consultant
  • Elementary Curriculum Development Specialist
  • Curriculum Evaluator

Application Coordinator: Kya Webb
kya.webb@csus.edu
(916)278-6639

 Student Success Center – Advising
(916) 278-6403 | Eureka Hall 437| coe@csus.edu 
Office Hours: 9:00am-12:00pm and 1:00pm-3:00pm Students are advised on a drop in basis.
Website: Click Here 

Program Coordinator: Dr. EunMi Cho
eunmicho@csus.edu 

Master of Arts in Teaching with an Educational Specialist Moderate/Severe Credential (pending curricular approval)

The MA in Teaching with Education Specialist Credential Moderate/Severe Credential blends a teacher preparation program with a Master of Arts in Teaching.  The Education Specialist Instruction Credential authorizes the holder to provide instruction and special education support as well as conduct Educational Assessments related to student's access to the academic core curriculum. Support services can be provided according to the credential holder's area of specialization in the following settings:

  • Resource rooms or services
  • Special education settings
  • General education settings
  • Special schools
  • Home/hospital settings
  • State hospitals
  • Development centers
  • Correctional facilities
  • Non-public school/agencies
  • Non-sectarian schools/agencies
  • Alternative/Non-traditional instructional
  • Public school settings

Upon completion of the credential coursework, candidates can opt out of the program and be recommended for the Education Specialist Mild/Moderate teaching credential.  Or program candidates can complete an additional sequence of course to obtain their Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT).  The MAT program focuses on inquiry-based education which includes hands-on instruction with problem-based learning and issues-centered curriculum and a focus on reflection during the teaching and research process. The program foundation rests in social justice and equity in education for all children and youth, including those with disabilities, and their families. The materials and associated activities presented in the MAT coursework are highly integrated to support candidates with successful completion of the Master of Arts in Teaching degree.

  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • Subject Matter Competency (i.e. CSET or subject matter program)
  • Basic Skills (i.e. CBEST)
  • Writing Proficiency
  • Overall GPA of 2.67 (or 2.75 in last 60 semester / 90 quarter units)
  • Minimum of 45 hours experience working with diverse learners within the age group/population you want to teach
  • 2 references (on required forms)
    • Academic reference
    • Reference who can attest to your experience with children
  • Essay (graduate writing sample with prompt provided)
  • Certificate of clearance (background check)
  • Group Interview

PREREQUISITE COURSES (taken prior to start of program)

Course

Units

Title

EDUC 100A/B 

 3

Educating Students with Disabilities in Inclusive Settings

EDUC 170

 3

Bilingual Education: Educating English Learners


CORE CREDENTIAL COURSES (taken in first four semesters)

Course

Units

Title

EDSP 119

3

Legal and Social Foundations of Special Education

EDSP 205

2

Methods in Access and Inclusion in the Core Curriculum: Moderate/Severe Disabilities

EDSP 206*

3

Collaborative Program Planning with Families, Professionals, and Communities

EDSP 207

2

Secondary/Post-Secondary Methods and Transition Planning: Moderate/Severe Disabilities

EDSP 208

2

Evidenced-based Assessment & Instruction: Mod/Severe Disabilities

EDSP 209*

3

Developing Augmentative Alternative Communication Systems: Assessment and Intervention

EDSP 216

3

Educational Implications of Physical Sensory Disabilities and Specialized Health Care Needs

EDSP 217*

3

Positive Behavioral Support: Effective Individual, Class-wide and School-wide Applications (Moderate)

EDSP 218*

3

Instructional Strategies: Low Incidence Disabilities

EDSP 220

3

Language and Literacy in Inclusive Classrooms I

EDSP 221*

3

Language and Literacy in Inclusive Classrooms II

EDSP 230

3

Positive Behavior Supports for Students with Mild, Moderate, and Severe Behavioral Challenges

EDSP 235*

2

Field Seminar in Program and Instruction: Mod/Severe Disabilities

EDSP 236

1

Student Teaching Seminar: Moderate/Severe Disabilities

EDSP 292*

3

Teaching English Learners with Disabilities

EDSP 293

3

Strategies for Inclusive Classrooms: Education Specialist

EDSP 413

3

Field Experience I: Moderate/Severe Disabilities

EDSP 414

3

Field Experience II: Moderate/Severe Disabilities

EDSP 415

5

Student Teaching: Moderate/Severe

 

COURSES TO ADD MULTIPLE SUBJECT CREDENTIAL (taken in first four semesters) 

Course

Units

Title

EDMS 315

3

History-Social Science Curriculum and Instruction for the Diverse K-8 Classroom

EDMS 316

3

Science Curriculum and Instruction for the Diverse K-8 Classroom

EDMS 317

1

Visual & Preforming Arts Methods

KINS 172**

3

Movement Education

EDMS 232

2

Assessment Center Laboratory for Multiple Subject Candidate

EDSP 420B

8

Multiple Subject Student Teaching

 

COURSES FOR MA IN TEACHING (taken during summer & two part-time semesters)

Course

Units

Title

EDSP 281

6

Critical Issues in Special Education Research and Practice

EDSP 282

3

Methods in Research Design and Practice with Diverse, Children, Youth, and Families

EDSP 283

3

Critical Analysis and Interpretation of Data within Diverse School and Community Contexts

EDSP 500

3

Master of Arts Thesis: Special Education

 

*Course also counts toward Master of Arts in Teaching

**Admitted credential students can take equivalent workshop during the program

  • PK - 12 Specialist in special education or inclusive settings
  • Transition Specialist (ages 18-22)
  • Private School Teacher in support of students with mild/moderate disabilities
  • Education Consultant
  • Elementary Curriculum Development Specialist
  • Curriculum Evaluator

Application Coordinator: Kya Webb
kya.webb@csus.edu
(916)278-6639

 Student Success Center – Advising
(916) 278-6403 | Eureka Hall 437| coe@csus.edu 
Office Hours: 9:00am-12:00pm and 1:00pm-3:00pm Students are advised on a drop in basis.
Website: Click Here 

Program Coordinator: Dr. Kathy Gee
kgee@csus.edu  

Master of Arts in Teaching with an Early Childhood Special Education Credential (pending curricular approval)

The Master of Arts in Teaching with ECSE Credential blends a teacher preparation program with a Master of Arts in Teaching.  Education Specialist ECSE Credential authorizes the holder to provide educational services to infants, toddlers, and preschool age children with disabilities and their families.  Candidates holding the ECSE Specialist credential may provide direct and/or indirect services in home-based programs, center-based settings (e.g., HeadStart) and school-based settings (Pre-K). Services for infants and toddlers are traditionally home-based or community settings, with a family service orientation. Pre-K services generally include direct intervention with young children in school-based programs.  The Education Specialist ECSE Credential is issued by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC), with issuance based on successful completion of a Commission-approved ECSE training program.  

Upon completion of the credential coursework, candidates can opt out of the program and be recommended for the Education Specialist Mild/Moderate teaching credential.  Or program candidates can complete an additional sequence of course to obtain their Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT).  The MAT program focuses on inquiry-based education which includes hands-on instruction with problem-based learning and issues-centered curriculum and a focus on reflection during the teaching and research process.  The program foundation rests in social justice and equity in education for all children and youth, including those with disabilities, and their families. 

  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • Basic Skills (i.e. CBEST)
  • Writing Proficiency
  • Overall GPA of 2.67 (or 2.75 in last 60 semester / 90 quarter units)
  • Minimum of 45 hours experience working with diverse learners within the age group/population you want to teach
  • 2 references (on required forms)
    • Academic reference
    • Reference who can attest to your experience with children
  • Essay (graduate writing sample with prompt provided)
  • Certificate of clearance (background check)
  • Group Interview

PREREQUISITE COURSES (taken prior to start of program)

Course

Units

Title

EDUC 100A/B

3

Educating Students with Disabilities in Inclusive Settings

EDUC 170

3

Bilingual Education: Educating English Learners

CHDV 30

3

Human Development (or equivalent)

 

CORE CREDENTIAL COURSES (taken in first four semesters)

Course

Units

TitlE

CHDV 150A

2

Early Literacy Development in First and Second Language

CHDV 150B

1

Early Literacy Development in First and Second Language Practicum

EDSP 119

3

Legal and Social Foundations of Special Education

EDSP 201*

3

Developing Collaborative Partnerships with Families, Professionals, and Communities in ECSE

EDSP 209*

3

Developing Augmentative Alternative Communication Systems: Assessment and Intervention

EDSP 210*

3

Assessment and Evaluation in Early Childhood Special Education

EDSP 211

3

Curriculum, Intervention Strategies, and Environments in ECSE I: Infants & Toddlers

EDSP 212*

3

Curriculum, Intervention Strategies, and Environments in ECSE II: Preschool

EDSP 216

3

Understanding the Implications of Developmental Diversity in Children and Youth

EDSP 217*

3

Positive Behavioral Support: Effective Individual, Class-wide and School-wide Applications (Moderate)

EDSP 218*

3

Instructional Strategies: Low Incidence Disabilities

EDSP 234

1

Directed Fieldwork Seminar: Early Childhood Special Education

EDSP 293

3

Strategies for Inclusive Classrooms: Education Specialist

EDSP 474

1-5

Directed Field Experience/Internship in ESCE: Infants/Toddlers

  Or EDSP 476

10

Internship in ECSE: Toddlers

EDSP 475

1-5

Directed Field Experience/Internship in ESCE: Preschool

   Or EDSP 477

10

Internship in ECSE: Preschool

EDSP 478

3

Field Experience I: Early Childhood Special Education

   Or EDSP 476 Or EDSP 477

 

 

EDSP 479

3

Field Experience II: Early Childhood Special Education

  Or EDSP 476 Or EDSP 477

 

 

 

COURSES FOR MA IN TEACHING (taken during summer & two part-time semesters)

Course

Units

TitlE

EDSP 281

6

Critical Issues in Special Education Research and Practice

EDSP 282

3

Methods in Research Design and Practice with Diverse, Children, Youth, and Families

EDSP 283

3

Critical Analysis and Interpretation of Data within Diverse School and Community Contexts

EDSP 500

3

Master of Arts Thesis: Special Education

   *Course also counts toward Master of Arts in Teaching

  • PK - 12 Specialist in special education or inclusive settings
  • Transition Specialist (ages 18-22)
  • Private School Teacher in support of students with mild/moderate disabilities
  • Education Consultant
  • Elementary Curriculum Development Specialist
  • Curriculum Evaluator

Application Coordinator: Kya Webb
kya.webb@csus.edu
(916)278-6639

 Student Success Center – Advising
(916) 278-6403 | Eureka Hall 437| coe@csus.edu 
Office Hours: 9:00am-12:00pm and 1:00pm-3:00pm Students are advised on a drop in basis.
Website: Click Here 

Program Coordinator: Dr. Cindy Collado
cindy.collado@csus.edu  

Please visit our How to Apply website

 


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