Multiple Subject Course Sequence
Elementary School Teacher, Grades K-6
Note: All courses listed on this page must be completed with a grade of C- or higher and with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 in order to be recommended for a credential.
All prerequisites must be completed before taking in-program credential courses. Apply to the credential program during the semester you will finish the prerequisite courses.(Applications due March 1 for fall semester, October 1 for spring semester.)
|EDTE 255||Introduction to Democratic Perspectives in K-12 Teaching (45-hour requirement)||3|
|EDTE 302||Access and Equity in Education||3|
|EDTE 520||Fundamentals of Teaching Practice||3|
|ENGL 471||Intensive Theory and Practice of Second Language Acquisition
(CSU, Chico English majors and linguistics minors must take ENGL 371 & 470)
|SPED 343||Overview of Special Education||3|
Credential Program Courses
Must be accepted into the credential program in order to take these courses. Subject matter competence and basic skills requirement must be verified before applying to the program.
First Semester Courses
|EDTE 521||Reading & Literacy Development (Must be taken concurrently with EDTE 525)||3|
|EDTE 522||Reading Comprehension & Content Area Literacy (Recommended concurrent enrollment in EDTE 525)||3|
|EDTE 523A||Curriculum Theory & Practice: Math (Must be taken concurrently with EDTE 525)||3|
|EDTE 523B||Curriculum Theory & Practice: Science (Recommended concurrent enrollment in EDTE 525)||2|
|EDTE 524A||Curriculum Theory & Practice: Social Science (Recommended concurrent enrollment in EDTE 525)||2|
|EDTE 525||Teaching Practicum I||6|
Second Semester Courses
|EDTE 524B||Curriculum Theory & Practice: Arts||2|
|EDTE 528||Applications for Democratic Education (Must be taken concurrently with EDTE 529)||3|
|EDTE 529||Teaching Practicum II (EDTE 525 must be successfully completed before enrolling)||9|
Additional Courses • Required for a CSU, Chico recommendation for a credential.
Complete at any time, but recommended before starting credential courses.
|CMST 131||Speech Communication Fundamentals (or equivalent)||3|
|HCSV 450||Health Education for Elementary School Teachers||3|
|POLS 155||American Government: National, State, Local (or equivalent)||3|
|PSYC 414||Psychology of Teaching (Prerequisite: PSYC 355 or equivalent)||3|
If courses from another university are used to satisfy prerequisite or additional course requirements, an equivalency form, course descriptions, syllabi, and transcripts must be provided.