UCR Graduate School of Education
Through the Teacher Education Program
offered at UCR's Graduate School of Education, teacher candidates will experience a quality program that immerses them with classroom
experiences. Teacher candidates from this esteemed program develop close working relationships and professional network systems with
each other because they begin and complete the program with the same student cohort and student teaching supervisor.
Learn about the various teaching program options offered through UCR's Graduate School of Education.
- With advanced planning, teacher candidates may begin student teaching through the Integrated Teaching Program, which allows teacher candidates to enter UCR Teacher Education Program in Spring Quarter rather than the traditional start of Fall Quarter.
- The Internship Teaching
are for candidates with extensive previous continuous teaching experience either as an instructional assistant, substitute, or emergency teacher
in a public school or equivalent classroom setting.
- The Masters in Education (M.Ed.) is a graduate degree program designed for those who wish to combine a multiple subject or single-subject teaching
To develop a good strategic undergraduate course plan in preparation for UCR's Teacher Education, please e-mail an SMI Advisor.
Steps involved in the Teaching Application Process
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