Center for Careers in Teaching. Establishing a road map to the teaching credential Assistant Director: Lillybeth Sasis STEM Teaching Advisor: Caren Bautista. Center for Careers in Teaching. CCT is an undergraduate advising center specifically for future teachers!
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Establishing a road map to the
Assistant Director: Lillybeth Sasis
STEM Teaching Advisor: Caren Bautista
CCT is an undergraduate advising center specifically for future teachers!
Minimum 120 units (some degrees require more)
*Courses CANNOT be taken from the major department for General Education
To build a comprehensive foundation of knowledge, it is essential to earn
51 units of General Education on the path to your degree from CSUF.
Your 51 units of General Education will be built within the following
Z. Cultural Diversity*
* Not an additional 3 units- this category is simultaneously satisfied with a course from either C, D or E
Students are advised to WAIT to complete the following General Education Areas until their Junior and Senior years:
“Both this country’s future economic growth and individual opportunity are now closely tied to the attainment of high levels of knowledge and skill, and the ability to continue learning over a lifetime.” LEAP Report 2007
ALWAYS BE EVOLVING…DO NOT STAND STILL!
If you scored a 3,4,5 on an AP exam, please review the AP exams CSUF accepts in the
New Student Handbook.
You could already have some
General Education requirements completed!
Pedagogy(How to teach!)
(Includes student teaching)
Child & Adolescent Development (CHAD)
Liberal Studies (LBST)
Other Possible Majors for Future Elementary Teachers:
Asian American Studies
Social Science Credential
Successful & timely completion of freshman requirements through FFT adds to the completion of lower division GE requirements which equals receiving your teaching credential sooner.