The Single Subject Credential Program at CSUSM


CSUSM Alumnus, Tara Anderson with her chemistry class at Sage Creek High School in Carlsbad…

Single subject (secondary) teacher education candidates enroll in a program designed to prepare them to teach students in grades seven through twelve. Upon completion of the program, candidates receive a Preliminary Single Subject Credential. In the two-semester curriculum, candidates take courses in teaching and learning at the secondary level, discipline and interdisciplinary specific methods, and multilingual/multicultural education. Coursework is taught by a team of instructors with class sessions and assignments geared to the particular needs of middle and high school teachers and learners. The teaching team consists of faculty from the School of Education, and they are assisted by educators from North County schools who share expertise and experiences and model exemplary practices for secondary schools.


Learn more about this program today!

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