MCC 2-Year Program

MCC two-year candidates have the option of pursuing a multiple (elementary) subject credential, and may also complete requirements towards an education specialist (mild/moderate) credential if interested in inclusive/special education. Additionally, candidates may pursue an education specialist (mild/moderate) credential with an elementary pathway. The 48-unit program gives candidates the opportunity to complete the Teacher Performance Assessment and an action research project as a merged capstone. Candidates undertake field experiences each semester which are aligned with the courses for the semester and culminate in a full-time student teaching experience.

The Master’s Credential Cohort program uses a cohort model in alignment with its vision of providing candidates with opportunities to enhance the quality of their experiences by learning from each other.

Requirements for MCC Elementary and/or Ed Specialist Credential

Fall I
EDTE 500PDiversity, Inclusion & Schooling3
EDTE 501PMethods for Language & Literacy3
EDTE 502PElementary Methods I: Math & Science3
EDTE 510PEducational Psychology3
EDTE 551PClinical Experience 1: Practicum1
Spring I
EDTE 503PElementary Methods II: Humanities3
EDTE 511PEquity & Advocacy in Educational Systems3
EDTE 512PMethods for English Learners3
EDTE 517PAssessment 3
EDTE 552PClinical Experience 2: Extended Practicum2
Fall II
EDTE 513PPositive Behavior Supports for Family, School, and Community Engagement3
EDTE 514Educational Research Methods3
EDTE 553FClinical Experience: General Education Student Teaching3
EDTE 5XX (Elective: Global Experience) 13
Spring II
EDTE 515SCapstone Seminar 3
EDTE 516Technology & Learning 3
EDTE 554FClinical Experience: Education Specialist Student Teaching3
Total Units48

Grades of B- or better are required in all credential courses, including student teaching.

Candidates who obtain an internship or teacher of record position will be required to complete an additional one-unit of field support for every semester in the position.

International Requirement

At SOLES, all masters and doctoral students participate in an international experience designed to support the growth of cultural competency. Our goal is to inform best practices in working with culturally diverse populations locally, nationally and globally.  International experiences are approved by each student's faculty advisor and can be credit based or non-credit based activities.

Exit Requirement

Action Research or Capstone Project and Teacher Performance Assessment (TPA)