We are accepting applications for our Level II (Clear) program only at this time. This will be our last cohort for the Level II program.
Level II applications will be due July 31, 2013.
Sacramento State offers off-campus teacher preparation credentials and master's degree programs in the Bay Area and online. These programs are sponsored through a partnership with the College of Education's Department of Special Education, Rehabilitation, and School Psychology and the College of Continuing Education.
All coursework and experience in these programs meet the same admission, credential preparation and graduation requirements as those held on the Sacramento State campus. The programs offered include:
Program flexibility allows fully employed teachers and teachers' assistants to attend on a part-time basis via a variety of course formats including weekend, evening, workday and summer scheduling. Online and hybrid course options are also available. Most participants complete the credential requirements within three years.
Participants may enroll in each of the prerequisite courses and no more than six required units prior to admission to the credential program. Coursework may transfer from other universities with advisor approval.
Personal program advising is offered at each location on a regular basis. Additional information about credential and degree requirements is available at the College of Education site.
Fieldwork requirements may be met through teacher internships, student teaching in your own classroom and traditional classroom placement with a supervising cooperating teacher.