Leadership for Diverse Communities
The Kremen School of Education and Human Development places considerable emphasis on an educator who can function effectively as a leader in a culturally and linguistically diverse society.
The Kremen School prepares more K-12 school teachers than any other public university in California. In addition to training this region’s teachers, the Kremen School trains ethically-informed counselors and educational leaders, while providing professional support to the community and promotes applied research.
We are committed to preparing educators, counselors and educational leaders who are inclusive of diversity and embrace a respect for differences.
The Kremen School of Education and Human Development is dedicated to educating our next generation of leaders. The programs offered provide graduates the qualities necessary to hold positions in school districts, colleges and counseling centers across the region. Along with career opportunities in local, state and national companies and organizations.
The educational options span from undergraduate, credential, graduate and doctoral programs. Offering opportunities for students graduating from high school to highly experienced educational professionals.
An undergraduate degree program of diversified education that is ideal for future elementary school or special education teachers.
This certificate will prepare you to design instruments and collect information, to analyze quantitative and qualitative data and to communicate research results.
Teaching credential coursework for elementary, middle school, high school and special education classrooms.
Offering students the ability to develop skills beyond the classroom and into the education system itself.
A graduate program offering advanced preparation in mild/moderate disabilities and moderate/severe disabilities.
An online program with a focus on social justice, multiculturalism and action research.
Combining classroom and practical field experiences, and integrating theory and practice of rehabilitation counseling.
A graduate program offering two specialized options for the student to enhance their knowledge in counseling.
Students learn to serve the mental health needs of an increasingly diverse and changing society.
The doctorate in education prepares administrators to meet the educational challenges of today and the future.
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Kremen School of Education
and Human Development
5005 N. Maple Ave., ED1
Fresno, CA 93740-8025
Dean's Office 559.278.0210
Student Services 559.278.0300
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