College of Education

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College of Education (COE)

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School and College Counseling Program:

Fall admissions:

  • Application Opening Date: December 1st
  • Application Deadline Date: Feburary 1st

Spring admissions: 

  • Application Opening Date: August 1st
  • Application Deadline Date: October 1st

Web-based Information Session:

Counseling Program Informational Session

For more information about our program, please go to our School and College Counseling Program website or contact the Division of Graduate Education office (310) 243-3524


TED - Special Education Information Sessions - Fall 2018:


All other sessions will resume in the Fall 2018 semester

All sessions are from 5:00pm to 6:30pm in the College of Education room 1409. To reserve a seat, please contact Hasina Zaman at (310) 243-2569 or via email at hzaman@csudh.edu.


TED - TK-12 Credentials and MA Education Information Sessions:

All Sessions will resume in Fall 2018 semester

Students interested in learning how to apply for the three-semester TK-12 credential program, as well as, students interested in the MA in Education should plan to attend this informative 30 minute session.  There will be time at the end of the session for individual questions and assistance.

All sessions are from 5:30pm to 6:30pm in the College of Education room COE 1408. No reservation required. Should you have any questions or require additional information, please contact the Teacher Education office at (310) 243-3496.


Division of Graduate Education Information Sessions: 

For information sessions on programs from the Division of Graduate Education (GED), visit the GED website at https://www.csudh.edu/coe/programs/grad-ed/.  Should you have any questions or require additional information please contact the GED Office at (310) 243-3524.


Highly respected among school districts across our region, the acclaimed College of Education at CSUDH prepares educators to join and lead teams dedicated to improving our communities' diverse urban public schools. We offer a wide selection of credential and graduate degrees, as well as unique programs that provide alternate paths to a career in education.

Led by experienced faculty passionate about building better schools and stronger students, College of Education Programs are designed for individuals committed to making a real and lasting difference in the classroom, in our schools and in children's lives. You'll emerge with the knowledge, skills and experiences to become an effective collaborator in ensuring every student, in every school, has the educational opportunities they deserve.

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View Our Accreditations

The College of Education is accredited at the national level by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) and at the state level by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC).

Credential Programs

Learn more about our range of teacher education credential programs that qualify candidates to teach in California's public schools.


Alternative Paths to Teaching

We offer unique programs to put you on the quickest path to becoming a teacher in today's high-needs schools.

Graduate Programs

Advance your career and develop as a leader with a Master of Arts in Education or Special Education. Our outstanding graduate programs cover a wide spectrum of in-demand specializations.

Graduate Programs

Advance your career and develop as a leader with a Master of Arts in Education or Special Education. Our outstanding graduate programs cover a wide spectrum of in-demand specializations.