Degrees & Programs

  • Liberal Studies - Credential Option Major (Catalog Years 1991-1999)
  • Liberal Studies Blended Major - catalog years 1999-2004
  • Liberal Studies Blended Major - catalog years 2005-2006
  • Liberal Studies Blended Major - catalog years 2007 to present

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LIBERAL STUDIES

In the classroom with young pupils

The Liberal Studies Blended Program blends or integrates three elements—the General Education program, the courses required in the liberal studies major, and the courses required for teacher preparation—which can result in a B.A. in Liberal Studies and a preliminary Multiple Subject Teaching Credential or Educational Specialist Credential.

All liberal studies students complete the same program of 99-103 units of general education and major courses but then have several ways in which they may complete their degree. For those pursuing a Multiple Subject or Educational Specialist Credential, most of the credential courses may be included in a carefully planned four-year program.

As teacher education programs are subject to state and system legislative control, it is recommended that students interested in the credential consult the Education Student Services Center of the Kremen School of Education and Human Development for current program requirements.

What You Can Earn

Elementary School Teacher
$53,803 (in this region)

Source: HR reported data from salary.com as of December 2012

Interesting Classes That You Might Take

  • Development of Artistic Expression (Art and Design)
  • Group Discussion (Communication)
  • Psychological Aspects of Physical Disability (Psychology)
  • Exploring Mathematics

What You Can Learn

  • A strong, broad and diversified foundation of education
  • Ways of thinking, exploring, and understanding the world from the perspective of others
  • An appreciation and understanding of the arts, the sciences, the humanities, and the various cultures that compose our ever changing area

About the School

The Kremen School of Education and Human Development is a center for academic excellence and collaboration in the fields of education and counseling. Graduates will become community leaders who advocate for high standards and democratic values with attention to professional ethics and diversity.

School Contact Information

Kremen School of Education and Human Development
5005 N. Maple Ave. MS ED1
Fresno, CA 93740-8025

Phone: (559) 278-0300

FAX: (559) 278-0387

 

Department Contact Information

Education Student Services Center
Kremen School of Education and Human Development
5005 N. Maple, Fresno, California, 93740-8025

Office Location:

Education Building, Room 100

Phone (559) 278-0300 | Fax (559) 278-0387