Teacher Credentialing Preparation Program (Single Subject)

The Teacher Credentialing Preparation Program (TCPP) at USU is the key step toward a career as a TK-6 or 7-12 teacher. Students interested in teaching at the K-6 school level in the State of California must have completed a bachelor’s degree at a regionally accredited university, have passed the California Basic Education Skills Test (CBEST) and have the capacity to pass the California Subjects Examination for Teachers (CSET), or have completed a commission-approved elementary subject-matter program. Students interested in teaching at the 7-12 school level must have completed a bachelor’s degree at a regionally accredited university and have the capacity to pass the appropriate subject-matter examination (CSET), such as English, Mathematics, Music, Physical Education, Science, Social Science, World Languages (Spanish), or have completed a commission-approved subject-matter program.

Tuition Rate:

$12,570

(including fees)

Monthly Payment Plan:

$350 per month

The College of Education offers the following Teacher Credentialing programs approved by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC):

  • 2042 Multiple Subject Preliminary Credential
  • 2042 Single Subject Preliminary Credential
  • Bilingual Authorization (Spanish/English)

Core Requirements:15 Credits
Single Subject Core Courses:9 Credits
Single Subject Clinical Practice:12 Credits
Bilingual Authorization:9 Credits
Core Requirements:
Single Subject - Core Course Requirements:
Clinical Practice Requirements:
Bilingual Authorization - Optional Addition: