Admission Requirements for the Traditional
Multiple Subject Credential Program
- Human Development: CAS 101, CAS 312, CAS 315, or 325A &
B, or PSYC 361
or community college equivalent.
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College Course substitution
- EDEL 315
- EDEL 325
- Completion of General Education and no more than 6 units remaining
in the major. (Notice: One does not need to have graduated to
enter the credential program. We recommend the student complete
the entire major prior to entering the program.)
- GPA > 2.75 (last 60 units)
- Passing score on the California Basic Educational Skills Test
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* As of the May 19, 2007, CSET test administration, candidates
who pass all three subtests of CSET: Multiple Subjects AND
the new CSET: Writing Skills test will be considered proficient
in the skills of reading, writing and mathematics and will not
be required to take the CBEST.
When may I test?
You may register to take the CSET: Writing Skills test beginning
with the May 19, 2007, test administration. Internet registration
for the new test will become available on the web site at http://www.cset.nesinc.com/
in March 2007.
For more information, please go to http://www.cset.nesinc.com
- Subject Matter Competency: Passing score on the CSET
for CSET Information
- Experience working with children
- Completed application to the credential program including faculty
recommendations, autobiography, TB clearance and background check.
There is a $50 application fee.
Application Due ($50)
|University Application Due($55)
Visit the Admission
to Teacher Education page for more information, including dates
and times for Credential Program Overviews.
*Ideally, students should take at least one of the EDEL prerequisite
classes at CSUF prior to submitting the application so a letter
of recommendation from that instructor can be included with the