Summarize programs offered at the initial and advanced preparation levels (including off-campus, distance learning, and alternative route programs), status of state approval, and national recognitions.
All Fresno State credential programs are currently “preliminarily aligned” with state
standards. Full alignment is awarded following the joint NCATE/CCTC accreditation
site visit on April 6, 2014.
- Preliminary Multiple Subject
- Multiple Subject Internship
- Preliminary Single Subject
- Single Subject Internship
- Education Specialist, Mild/Moderate & Moderate/Severe
- Education Specialist, Autism Spectrum Disorders
- Education Specialist Internship, Mild Moderate & Moderate/Severe
- Preliminary Administrative Services
- Preliminary Administrative Services Internship
- Professional Clear Administrative Services
- Early Childhood Education Specialist (NAEYC Accredited)
- Reading/Language Arts Specialist
- Multiple Subject Bilingual Authorization, Spanish and Hmong
Additionally, the following advanced credentials are housed in campus departments outside of the Kremen School:
- Pupil Personnel Services, School Psychology (NASP Accredited)
Off Campus Programs
Through the Central Valley Partnership for Exemplary Teachers (CPET), school districts host elementary, secondary, and SPED cohorts for initial credential coursework and field experiences.
Additionally, the Kremen School offers off-campus graduate/advanced credential programs
in Reading/Language Arts and Educational Administration. Partner school districts
provide the facilities for the classes, research, and field experiences.
Online/ Distance Education Programs
The Kremen School has two completely online graduate programs:
Additionally, the Unit offers individual online courses in the following areas:
- Educational Statistics-ERA 153 (a pre-requisite course for all graduate programs)
- Educational Research-ERA 220 (a required course in most graduate programs)
- Various Doctoral courses taught in partnership with CSU Bakersfield