Master of Education in Cross-Cultural Teaching
The Master of Education in Cross-Cultural Teaching is designed for students who are committed to being instructional leaders in the K-12 setting. Courses for this degree meet the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing requirements for a preliminary credential as well as meet requirements for a master's degree that interrelates theory and practice and promotes lifelong learning. The program, which has an internship option, is intended for students who want to obtain a preliminary credential and master's degree at the same time.
- Students seeking to complete only a master's degree should enroll in the Master of Arts in Teaching.
- Students who are pursuing a credential and who want to make a program change to the M.Ed. in Cross-Cultural Teaching may do so under these conditions:
The student must make the program change before beginning student teaching.
The student must pass the subject matter competency exam before enrolling in student teaching and bilingual emphasis students must pass language proficiency examinations.
Note: Students must have access to Microsoft Office on either a PC or Mac platform.
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