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Single Subject Credential Prerequisites

Single Subject Credential Prerequisites

Regardless of what you plan to teach – or at what level – there are certain educational, cultural and philosophical building blocks you’ll need to succeed as a teacher in California schools.

These required prerequisite courses help prepare you for your teaching credential program by providing the foundational knowledge and fostering the critical creative thinking needed to meet the unique challenges facing California secondary-level teachers. You’ll learn about best practices in curriculum, assessment and instruction necessary for teaching all learners.

In addition to preparing you for different scenarios, these courses are ideal for a variety of students. Whether you’re fresh off your degree program and looking to teach, contemplating a career change or just want to see what teaching is like, these classes will help you learn what you need to know before taking the next step.

EDSC 310 The Teaching Experience: Participation

EDSC 320 Adolescent Development

EDSC 330 Developing Literacy in Secondary Schools in Secondary Education

EDSC 340 Diversity in Secondary Schools

Non-California Residents

Due to state and federal regulations, non-California residents may only enroll in CSUF online courses when their state has authorized CSUF as a provider. Click here for more information.