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Expand your teaching capabilities with specialized credentials.
Are you interested in expanding your teaching opportunities through additional credentialing? Our options are designed with returning students in mind. Flexible scheduling, experienced faculty, and experiential learning opportunities are hallmarks of our teaching credentials programs, allowing you to position yourself as an invaluable educator and integral part of any school. Explore our options today and discover how AUSB can help you become a credentialed teacher.
This credentialing program is offered by AU Santa Barbara.
AUSB’s Preliminary Multiple Subject Credential Program is designed to cover both practical and theoretical aspects of education, with collegial support and faculty mentorship to facilitate your development as a professional. This is a stand-alone credential and meets California state requirements for the Preliminary Multiple Subject Credential.
This unique, 9-month program is designed for those who already possess a multiple or single subject credential to add the Preliminary Education Specialist Instruction Credential: Mild-to-Moderate Disabilities to their existing teaching qualifications.
Designed to develop socially just and ecologically literate educators, Antioch’s Induction program combines field support with university support to help new and experienced teachers grow their practice and clear their credential.
For information on how to apply to the Induction Credential contact Deborah Magana at [email protected] or call 310.578.1080 x.303. Financial aid is not available for this program.
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