The Teacher Education Program (TEP) is a one-year, post-baccalaureate program (2 summers and an academic year). We work with one cohort of students per year, with all students beginning in the summer and completing the program the following summer. UCSB candidates have the option to earn both a California teaching credential and a masters degree (M.Ed.) in one year. Please access the drop down list to the left for more information on each credential program and the M.Ed. program.
Education Specialist Moderate/Severe Teaching Credential (for special education teachers)
Multiple Subject Teaching Credential (for elementary school teachers)
Single Subject Teaching Credential (for junior high or high school teachers) in:
- History/Social Science
- Science (Biology, Chemistry, Earth Science, and Physics)
- World Language (French, Latin, and Spanish)
An optional Masters of Education in Teaching (M.Ed.) degree may be pursued with the ESC, MST, or SST teaching credential. The M.Ed. in Teaching is a postgraduate, professional degree program that aims to help teacher candidates develop a responsible, creative vision of children (for SST: “adolescents”) and their learning. The M.Ed. and credential programs are concurrent, with the M.Ed. work extending through the second summer session of study.