This program is not currently enrolling students.
Become a licensed teacher and begin your career.
Our teacher credentialing programs will prepare you for the challenges you’ll face throughout your teaching career. Hands-on, experiential learning opportunities will help you grow as both an educator and leader in the classroom. Antioch University Los Angeles offers teacher preparation programs for the California preliminary Multiple Subject and Education Specialist credentials and an Induction program to Clear your credential.
- Multiple Subject and Education Specialist programs are designed to be completed in 12 months; our Induction program is 1-2 years in length
- You can apply to our programs without having passed the CBEST or CSET exams
- Classes are held face to face
- Scholarship money may be available
Call us for more information at 310.578.1080 x.100 or email [email protected]
These credentialing programs are offered by AU Los Angeles.
The multiple subject teaching credential prepares candidates to teach multiple subjects in classrooms to young people generally in grades K-6.
The educational specialist teaching credential prepares candidates to teach students with disabilities that include specific learning disabilities, mild to moderate intellectual disability, attention deficit and attention deficit hyperactivity disorders, and serious emotional disturbance, for grades K-12, as well as in Adult Education
Designed to develop socially just educators, Antioch’s Induction Credential 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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