2010-2011 College Catalog by UCI - University of California Irvine

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180 uci 2010-11 • department of education by passing the appropriate cset examination in their subject area or by completing a ctc-approved subject-matter program in the teaching area uci offers a ctc-approved subject-matter program in mathematics while a major in mathematics is not required to complete the subject-matter preparation program the mathematics major with a specialization in mathematics for education is designed to satisfy niost of the subject-matter preparation requirements for credentialing complete a college-level course or pass an examination on the u.s constitution obtain a cpr certificate in adult child and infant training note for the intern teacher program applicants must verify competency prior to admission subj~ct-matter i requirements for the undergraduate cal teach science and mathematics single subject credential program the following departments offer undergraduates an option to earn a bachelor s degree in mathematics or a science discipline while concurrently satisfying requirements for a single subject teaching credential chemistry earth system sciences mathematics and physics and astronomy interested students should consult degree program options described in this catalogue or talk with a counselor in the school of physical sciences student affairs office with careful early planning it is possible for students to complete their bachelor s degree and teacher certification in four years prior to entry in the cal teach single subject credential program complete two introductory courses physical sciences 5/biological sciences 14 introduction to science and mathematics teaching and physical sciences 105/biological sciences 101 middle school science and mathematics teaching complete a college-level course or pass an examination on the u.s constitution obtain a cpr certificate in adult child and infant training intern teacher program through the intern program a candidate may earn a stipend from a sponsoring school district for one jear of teaching while completing credential requirements to serve as an intern the student must be admitted to the department of education intern teacher program receive an internship offer from a participating school district and be eligible for an intern credential intern candidates are selected by uci and receive internship offers from participating school districts based upon qualifications of the candidate and the current needs of the school districts eligibility requirements for an intern credential include a baccalaureate degree q,ment tb test clearance certificate of clearance passage of the cbest verification of subject-matter competence passage of a course or collegelevel examination on the u.s constitution and cpr certification spring start multiple subjects candidates i!fe required to take the following courses 173,308,311,313,319,320,322 323,324 325 327 328 329 330 331 and 332 · spring start single subject candidates are required to take the following courses 173 307 or 317,310,315 319,334,338,340 or 341 students enroll in the section of their proposed credential authorization 342 347 348 349 350 or 108 and 352 a grade of b or better is required·in all courses and in intern teaching for successful completion of the program if competence has been demonstrated by the conclusion of the intern teaching program and all department and ctc requirements are met the student is eligible for a preliminary credential recommendation by uci declare a major and if applicable a concentration in secondary education in one of departments offering a cal teach science and mathematics credentialing option for further information see an academic counselor or the intern program coordinator in the department of education complete a cal teach program enrollment form indicating intent to complete requirements for the single subject teaching credential for mathematics or one of the science disciplines this must be done by the end of an undergraduate s second year at the latest and prior to enrolling in education 55 which would typically be completed in fall of the third year enrollment forms are available in the school of physical sciences student affairs office 134 rowland hall and in the cal teach science and mathematics resource and adyising center 137 biological sciences administration candidates who enroll in the multiple subjects student teacher credential program at uci generally are required to take the following courses education 173 301 303 304 or 306 308 320 322 323 324 325 326 327 329 330 and 348 prior to the start of student teaching · verify basic skills by passing the california basic education skills test cbest verify subject-matter competency by passing the california subject exam for teachers cset or by completing a subject · matter preparation program available for mathematics only obtain a certificate of clearance from the state of california obtain a tb test wit negative results additional requirements for credentialing earn a bachelor s degree earn a grade of c or better in the following teacher credential courses physical sciences 105/biological sciences 101 education 55 109 143a 143b 148 and 158 studentteacher program candidates who enroll in the post-baccalaureate single subject student teacher credential program at uci generally are required to take the following courses education 173 302 305 307 or 309 310 334 336-341 students enroll in the section of their proposed credential authorization 342 346 347 348 349 350 and 352 candidates who enroll in the undergraduate cal teach single subject student teacher credential program at uci generally are required to take the following courses physical sciences 5/biological sciences 14 physical sciences 105/biological sciences 101 chemistry 193/physics 193/biological sciences 108 mathematics 8 for mathematics candidates only logic and philosophy of science 60 education 55 109 143a 143b 148 and 158 student teaching for multiple subjects candidates grades k-6 is defined as a full-day four-days-per-week assignment during the first quarter of student teaching and a full-day five-days-per-week assignment during the second quarter of student teaching assignments will include two levels within the k-6 range in elementary schools uc irvine 2010-2011