Multiple Subject Teaching Credential

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Multiple Subject Teaching Credential

Program Format: On-Ground

Our Teacher Preparation Program is designed to prepare candidates for the challenges and opportunities of teaching at the elementary and middle school levels (K-8) of California’s highly diverse student population. The program provides the high-quality training and experience necessary to qualify candidates for the California Preliminary Multiple Subject Credential (SB2042 Credential). Integrated coursework and hands-on teaching experiences emphasize effective, result-oriented teaching strategies, differentiated instruction, and the practical, real-world skills necessary to manage classrooms within differing organizational structures (e.g., combination classes and block classes).

The fundamental purpose of the teacher preparation program is to develop the next generation of teachers, who by nature will be responsible for educating our children and helping to create productive citizens in a democracy. As such, teacher candidates are held to the highest levels of professional and ethical conduct.

At Humphreys University, we educate motivated and determined students who desire a practical, affordable, and accessible academic program. To accommodate our working students, we offer our courses online, evenings, and in hybrid formats. We operate on an eleven-week quarter system with four quarters per year. You can start the credential program at the start of any of our four terms. The application process is easy and counselors are available walk you through the financial aid process.

 

Students in the MSTC program will be able to…

  • Create lesson plans and units that incorporate student’s interest to maximize engagement and learning comprehension;
  • Integrate culturally relevant curriculum based on equity and collaboration;
  • Create a positive classroom culture built on respect, equality, and honoring each students’ experience;
  • Successfully implement the Teacher Performance Expectations (TPEs) as identified by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing;
  • Implement both Instruction for English Language Development (ELD) and Specially Designed Academic Instruction Delivered in English (SDAIE).

units for credential

Program Highlights

100% of instructors are actively working in local school districts and have advanced degrees in the education field.

Our program emphasizes integrating technology into course materials and instruction to meet the needs of 21st-century learners.

We allow candidates to continue taking courses as they study for the CSETs and include CSET and RICA Test Preparation programs in the program tuition.

Your Future in Education

Our programs are designed with your goals in mind. Our graduates usually end up teaching at the elementary-school level, where the MSTC is the most beneficial and useful, though graduates may also go on to teach at the middle- and high-school levels, and in other settings, as well. Graduates may also consider any of these careers:

• Principal

• Classroom Materials Creator

• Adult & Secondary Educator

• Professional Tutor

• Policy Maker

Meet Our Faculty

When you arrive to class, whether it is in a classroom or through your computer, you can expect to be taught by a knowledgeable and attentive professor. Our professors understand what real-world experience to incorporate into classroom lectures, assignments, and case studies. Humphreys University prides itself on offering a well-rounded set of courses taught in a small and personable environment so you get the guidance and support you need to succeed.

Jess Bonds

Dr. Bonds is the Dean of Graduate Studies & Program Development. Has been with the University since 1990. Dr. Bonds earned his Ed.D. in Educational Leadership from Northcentral University, and he earned his Master of Arts in English from California State University, Stanislaus.

Sarah Caskey

Ms. Caskey is a special education and general education teacher in Southern California. She holds the Multiple Subject Credential with CLAD and the Mild/Moderate Special Education Credential, Autism Authorization. Ms. Caskey earned her Master of Science in Special Education from National University.

Financial Aid Available

Let us help you obtain the financial resources you need to succeed.

The purpose of financial aid is to provide financial assistance to students who without such aid, would be unable to pursue higher education. We help by guiding you through the financial aid process. We help make your educational dreams a reality. Our financial aid staff are available and ready to answer your questions or concerns, by phone, in person, or by email. No appointment is necessary. Humphreys University is approved for the training of Veterans.

To apply for financial aid, fill out the FAFSA and include our school code: 001212