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English Single Subject Program

English Education Coordinator: Professor Kathleen Keirn

MHB-311        Phone: (562) 985-4215    Email: kathleen.keirn@csulb.edu

 Spring 2017 office hours: first come, first served, Mondays and Wednesdays

Student teacher applications are due March 1.  Students who want to submit student teaching applications must do by attending a group  student teacher application meeting held on the following dates:  Wednesdays 2/1, 2/8,    2/15—cancelled due to illness,   2/22, and also Monday, 2/27.All meetings are between 3:00-4:00 p.m.    All meetings are held in MHB 315. This meeting is for student teacher applicants only.  

The Single Subject Credential Program (English). A program in the College of Education that candidates complete to earn their Single Subject Credential in English, which allows them to teach English at the middle and high school levels in the State of California.

English Education. The name of the B.A. option within the Department of English that provides students who plan to pursue a single subject credential in English with subject matter competency. This is also considered  a  subject matter waiver program because it waives students who complete the subject matter coursework in English Education from taking the CSET exam.    Individuals who plan to take the CSET exam in English are expected to have passed the CSET exam before applying to the CSULB Single Subject Credential Program. Additionally, students who do not hold any degrees in English and who also pass the CSET exam are expected to demonstrate to our English program that they have both the depth and breadth in English required in order to successfully student teach.

Students are expected to familiarize themselves with the general information about the Single Subject Credential Program (provided in great detail on the SSCP website) before contacting Professor Keirn.  If you have already applied to the university,  please note that Professor Keirn does not have admission information. Please contact either Enrollment Services or the Single Subject Credential Program directly for admission information. 



last updated — Feb 15, 2017