A great way to learn more about the UC Davis Teacher Credential/M.A. program is by attending a Credential Information Session. Sessions are typically conducted twice per month, from September to May with some exceptions. Unless noted all sessions are held in Room 174 of the School of Education Building. Plan to park in Parking Lot 5 for Information Sessions!
Upcoming Info Sessions for Teaching Credential:
Tuesday, April 4, 2017 5:00 pm
Thursday, April 20, 2017 5:00 pm
During the session we will discuss the following topics:
Credential & Masters Program
What the UC Davis Teacher Education values and how our program incorporates these values
Why you should consider the UC Davis program
How Student Teaching works
When the year starts and when you will earn your credential
The benefits of completing your Masters degree and how our program allows you to earn your teaching credential and Masters of Arts in Education in less than two years
Prerequisites and Testing Information
How to meet the requirements
Which prerequisites to prioritize
What tests to take and when
When are the deadlines to apply
How to have a class reviewed to see if it is equivalent
How to have your G.P.A. evaluated
What to do if prerequisites can’t be met by application deadline
Attend a session!
To reserve your space or request more information about the a session, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Although an RSVP is not required, the info session date, time, or location can change. For this reason, please check back on the website the morning of an information session to confirm. If you have submitted an RSVP we will notify you of any changes.
Unless otherwise noted all sessions are held in the School of Education Building Room 174.
Your submitted application will be reviewed for completeness based upon the Application Checklist and submission of all required supporting documents.
The admission committee supports equal opportunity and seeks to enroll a diverse class of highly motivated students.
Qualified applicants will be invited for an interview. When making a recommendation, faculty consider both the application and interview on the following factors: is testing complete, public school classroom observation hours are satisfied, written application responses are of high quality, and that applicants possess a solid understanding of working with diverse populations and bring much to the profession.
The School of Education will issue a recommendation to Graduate Studies for admission or denial.
You will receive an email from Graduate Studies regarding admission. If accepted, follow the directions in the email from Graduate Studies to complete the Statement of Intent to Register (SIR).