Credentials

Through six unique credential programs, we’re equipping teachers, principals, and school counselors with the skills and support they need to advance their careers and become leaders. 

We believe in educators and counselors, and the impact they make every day. We deliver expertly-designed courses and individual attention to teachers and counselors whose commitment to learning goes beyond their own classroom and school. 
 
Take a closer look at what we have to offer, and start learning with us today.

Multiple Student Credential - Our teaching program is one of the most well-respected in the area, and our credentialed students are some of the most qualified educators to teach elementary public/private schools (K-5) or as a middle school teacher of core subjects in California. 
 
Single Subject Credential - Our single subject program prepares you to become an expert in teaching your chosen subject. In just one year, our highly-respected program will prime you to meet California’s Teaching Performance Expectations, qualifying you to teach in any public or private middle school, junior high school, or high school in California. 
 
Education Specialist (Special Education) Credential - This Mild-to-Moderate program thoroughly prepares you to teach students with exceptional needs in K-12 grade.
 
Preliminary Administrative Services Credential - Applicable for TK-12 grades and adult school teachers and counselors, this program helps to train and prepare skilled administrators in California schools.

Post-Master's, School Counseling Pupil Personnel Services Credential-Only - (SC PPSC-Only) this program is designed for professionals who already hold a clinically-based master's degree (such as clinical psychology, counseling, or social work) and are returning to earn the mandatory state credential to work in K-12 grade in California public schools as academic and social-emotional counselors.

Post-Master's, School Psychology Pupil Personnel Services Credential-Only - (SP PPSC-Only) this program is for professionals who already hold a clinically-based master's degree and are returning to earn the mandatory state credential to work in K-12 grade in California public schools as school psychologists.