Center for Careers in Teaching
Establishing a road map to the
teaching credential
Lillybeth Sasis, Assistant Director
Barbara Saur, Community College Relations Coordinator
Caren Bautista, STEM Teaching Advisor
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Center for Careers in Teaching
CCT is an undergraduate advising center
specifically for future teachers!
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CCT provides academic advising to help
coordinate your multiple goals and
requirements.
We will help you streamline the process by
recommending the specific classes you need.
CCT is an Information Management Service:
The world of teaching changes constantly and
we can help you keep up to date.
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What does it take to become
a teacher?
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Bachelor’s Degree
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Teaching Credential
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What does a teacher need to
know? How do you prepare?
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Subject Matter
General Education
Major Studies
Electives
Pedagogy
(How to teach!)
 Credential
Program
(Includes student
teaching)
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Multiple Sets of Requirements
G.E.
(51 units)
Major
(36-51+
units)
Subject
Matter
Preparation
(CSET Prep)
Credential
Program
Prerequisites
(9-12 units)
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Basic Skills Requirement
• CBEST (California Basic Educational Skills Test)
http://www.cbest.nesinc.com/
Reading, Writing, and Math
OR
• Exemption based on EAP, ELM, and/or EPT scores
*See an Advisor in H 113 for verification
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Subject Matter Competency
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Teachers need to “know their stuff” in the subject(s)
they teach.
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The state requires proof of subject matter competency:
 For elementary school teachers by passage of a
state-approved exam: CSET (California Subject
Examination for Teachers).
 For future middle/high school teachers either state
approved program of study or passage of a stateapproved exam: CSET (California Subject
Examination for Teachers).
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We are here to assist you!
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CSUF Bachelor’s Degree
Minimum 120 units
(some degrees require
more)
Major
36-70 units
General
Education
51 units
Minor or
Elective
18-24 units
*Courses CANNOT be taken from the major department for
General Education
General Education
To build a comprehensive foundation of knowledge, it is essential to earn
51 units of General Education on the path to your degree from CSUF.
Your 51 units of General Education will be built within the following
categories
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
Z.
Core Competencies (9 units)
Scientific Inquiry and Quantitative Reasoning (12
units)
Arts and Humanities (12 units)
Social Sciences (15 units)
Lifelong Learning (3 units)
Cultural Diversity*
* Not an additional 3 units- this category is simultaneously satisfied with a course from either C, D or E
Don’t Let Your Hard Work Go to Waste
If you scored a 3,4,5 on an AP exam, please review
the AP exams CSUF accepts in the
Orientation Resource Guide.
You could already have some
General Education requirements completed!
Titan Degree Audit
Area: A
Core Competencies
English Placement Test
(EPT)
137 or below
138-146
ESP REQUIRED
ESP NOT REQUIRED
Summer
ESE 99
Summer
Fall
Fall
ENGL 101
ENGL 99
Summer
ENGL 100/W
Summer
Optional BUT Optimal!
Nothing taken
Fall
Fall
ORAL COMM
ORAL COMM
PASSED
OR EPT EXEMPT
ESE 80
Spring
147+
Spring
ORAL COMM OR ENGL 101
ENGL 99
Spring
ENGL 101
Fall
ENGL 101 OR ORAL COMM
Spring
ENGL 101
Fall
ORAL COMM
Fall
ORAL COMM
Area: B
Scientific Inquiry and Quantitative Reasoning
Entry Level Math (ELM)
36-48
32-48
< 32
ESP REQUIRED
ESP REQUIRED
ESP REQUIRED
Summer
Summer
Summer
ESM 45
Summer
Summer
ESM 40
Fall
Fall
Fall
MATH 45
Summer
ESM 20
ESM 20
ESM 20
Fall
ESM 30A
College Math
Fall
(110, 115, 120)
MATH 40
MATH 30B
Spring
College
Math (110,
115, 120)
Fall
MATH 30A
Spring
MATH 30B
College Math
(110, 115, 120)
Spring
Spring
College Math
College Math
(110, 115, 120)
(110, 115, 120)
50+
PASSED OR ELM EXEMPT
College Level Math (110, 115, 120, 125)
Fall
College Math (110,
115, 120)
Area: B
Scientific Inquiry and Quantitative Reasoning
Area: C
Arts and Humanities
Area: D
Social Sciences
Upper Division General Education
(300 or higher) 9 units
Students are advised to WAIT to complete the following General
Education Areas until their Junior and Senior years:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
B.5: Implications and Explorations in Natural Sciences
and Mathematics
C.3: Implications, Explorations, Participatory
Experience in the Arts and Humanities
D.5: Implications, Explorations, Participatory
Experience in the Social Sciences
E: Lifelong Learning
Z: Cultural Diversity
“Both this country’s future economic growth and individual opportunity
are now closely tied to the attainment of high levels of knowledge and skill,
and the ability to continue learning over a lifetime.” LEAP Report 2007
ALWAYS BE EVOLVING…DO NOT STAND STILL!
Questions?
Website: www.fullerton.edu/cct
 Phone: (657) 278-7130
 Location: Humanities 113
 Email: [email protected]
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