Prepare for the California Basic Educational Skills Test (CBEST)

CBEST PREP COURSE Offered at NO CHARGE to active duty personnel; their spouses, and veterans.

This course is designed to assist the individual to prepare for the California Basic Educational Skills Test (CBEST).  It consists of one session per week for 3 consecutive sessions.  Each meeting is two hours in duration.

DATES
The sessions are held on Wednesdays at our Chula Vista campus over three consecutive weeks.
April 23, April 30, May 7.  The meeting time is from 1100 – 1300.

COURSE LOCATION

United States University campus
7675 Mission Valley Road, San Diego, CA 92108

INSTRUCTOR
Roberta Maso-Fleischman, Ph.D.
Dean, College of Education
United States University

REQUIRED CLASS MATERIALS (NOT INCLUDED)
Notebook, pencils, markers, pen

No textbook required

The CBEST verifies an individual’s basic skills proficiency in the areas of reading, writing and mathematics.  No text is required for this course.  Any needed written material will be provided by United States University.

In California, the CBEST must be passed prior to enrolling in a Teacher Credentialing Program or in order to become a Substitute Teacher in the public school system.

Period of Validity Once the CBEST has been passed, it need not be taken again since it indefinitely satisfies the basic skills requirement necessary for certification, program enrollment, and employment

This course is offered at no charge to:  Active Duty Service Members, their spouses, and Veterans on a first come basis.  Seating is limited, so reserve your spot today.

For more information or to enroll in the course contact:

Tana Sanderson
Director of Strategic Partnerships, Military
United States University
(619) 361-9387
tsanderson@usuniversity.edu