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Candidates must register for ALL classes EACH semester listed for your assigned team. Refer to your team’s schedule for more information. All candidates must maintain a cumulative average of 3.0 in required courses to remain in the program. A candidate may never have more than 2 incompletes (I) or any grades of “D”, “F”, or “No Credit” (NC). Failure to meet this requirement may result in declassification from the program. Candidates must repeat courses lower than C-. For Registration questions email email@example.com.
Multiple Subject Credential Program Courses (43 units)
*TED 500, TED 502, TED 508 require a “B” or better to continue with Student Teaching or Interning
Single Subject Credential Program Courses (43 units)
*TED 520, TED 521, TED 522 require a “B” or better to continue with Student Teaching or Interning
Concurrent Fieldwork and Coursework
During the summer term candidates will be in class three to four days a week. Summer classes are scheduled during the day, except for the first two weeks of summer term, when classes will begin at 4:30 pm. This is for the convenience of candidates who may still be working TK-12 schools. During the remainder of the year the programs follow a structure in which candidates have field work in a classroom five hours a day, four days a week. Candidates take courses in the late afternoon and/or early evening three to four days a week.
Candidates in the on-line program do not attend face-to-face classes on campus. Classes are generally asynchronous, although some instructors may schedule classes with preset on-line meeting times in which candidates are required to participate. These classes are usually conducted using Zoom technology.
CSUEB provides academic accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities. Counselors determine accommodations on an individual basis after reviewing current professional documentation and meeting with the individual. The purpose of such accommodations is to provide equal access to classroom programs and campus activities in a manner consistent with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, associated California laws and regulations, and CSU policy. Please contact Accessibility Services for more information.