Multiple Subject Credential Program:
Fall 2018 Applicants
Applications for Fall 2018 will be accepted from January 22 through March 23, 2018.
UPDATE:Applications are still being accepted for our residency program cohorts. Residencies will PROVISIONALLY admit students prior to completion of subject matter proficiency (CSETs).
For more information on specific residency cohorts, please contact:
To find out more about the difference between residency cohorts and other cohorts, check out our video.
Summer 2018 Applicants
Applications for Summer 2018 will be accepted from February 1 through May 1, 2018. The only cohorts that start in Summer are Sanger and Fresno FUTURE Residency.
All admission requirement documentation must be submitted at the time of application. Partial applications will no longer be accepted.
You can download your application materials HERE.Elementary Education, Grades K - 8
Welcome to the Multiple Subject Credential Program at Fresno State! Our nationally accredited and award-winning program prepares candidates to teach elementary
school in culturally and linguistically diverse communities.
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School Partnership Cohorts and Teacher Residency Program
We are a partnership-based program. Central Valley Partnerships for Exemplary Teachers offers a collaborative approach to teacher education.
Partnerships are daytime programs that use district facilities for university coursework and field experiences. This allows the candidates and university faculty to become part of the culture of the school and the cycle of the school year. Teacher candidates move through the program as a cohort.
We have Multiple Subject partnership cohorts in the following districts:
- Fresno (Teacher Residency Program)
Not all partnerships are available for a Spring start.
Specialized Programs and Options
At Fresno State we want to tailor your program of study to your specific interests and needs. We offer complementary programs in:
- Early Childhood Education: Gain specialized knowledge for working with younger grades.
- Special Education: Work with students with special needs.
- Bilingual Authorization: Develop specialized strategies for working with English Language Learners.
- Liberal Studies Blended: Start the credential program as an undergraduate.
- Deaf Education: Teach deaf and hard of hearing students.
Teacher Internship Program
If you would like to work toward earning your Multiple Subject credential while teaching in your own classroom, you may qualify for the Teacher Internship Program. For more information, click here.