Education Student Services Center

Education Building, ED100

Phone: 559.278.0300

 

Liberal Studies Coordinator:
Dr. Susan Schlievert

Advisor:
Jessica Choy

Advisor:
Johnny Conley

Credential Admissions Technician:
Ivy Fitzpatrick

Graduate Technician:
TBA

Credential Analyst:
Sherri Nakashima

For questions, email us at:
kremenschool@csufresno.edu

 

Teaching Credential and Graduate/Advanced Credential

Thank you for your interest in one of our many Credential and Graduate programs!

Each program is designed to prepare candidates to serve effectively as skilled practitioners and as educational leaders.

Teaching Credential Program Applications

The three basic teaching credentials are Multiple Subject Credential (Elementary School), Single Subject Credential (Middle and High School), and Education Specialist Credential (Special Education). A basic teaching credential may be earned following completion of an undergraduate degree or in conjunction with undergraduate studies.

Graduate/Advanced Credential Programs Applications

Graduate Education Programs focus on providing leadership in central California's diverse society by preparing education leaders for a new millennium. Post-baccalaureate advanced credential and master's degree programs are primarily focused on (1) preparation and enhancement of teachers and other educational leaders and (2) preparation of human service leaders who function in a variety of human development roles in both public and private sectors.

Teaching and Advanced Credential Applications

When a Teaching Credential or Advanced Credential Program has been completed you must then apply for your credential through Fresno State in the Education Student Services Center. Your application will then be submitted to California Commission on Teacher Credentialing.  The CCTC will NOT accept an application unless it has been submitted through Fresno State.

Forms

During your participation in the Teaching Credential and Graduate programs, additional forms may be required.