MEd with Teaching Credential

Education Programs Info Session
Thursday, April 9, 5:00-6:30 p.m.

If you are looking for a graduate education program with teaching credential preparation that provides a network of support as you learn to be the teacher you dream of being, then there is no other Master’s in Education program quite like Antioch’s.

Our specially designed curriculum prepares professional teachers to meet the needs of all kinds of learners inside the classroom. It also provides the skills and knowledge in leadership to become an active voice in education reform.

Students say that our program is rigorous! But they also say that Antioch’s emphasis on intellectual development, ecological literacy, diversity and how to create caring inclusive learning communities well prepares them for their real-world teaching careers. Our graduates are highly sought after for employment and become active participants in their schools and communities.

Teaching Credential

Teacher Accreditation

Our Teacher Credentialing programs are approved by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CCTC/CTC), 1900 Capital Ave., Sacramento, CA 95811-4213; phone (916) 445-7254. All credential programs offered by Antioch University at the Santa Barbara and Los Angeles campuses are CCTC Approved Professional Preparation Programs. To view a report of recent pass rate assessment for our programs and other California institutions see (Reports, Appendix B of State Report Card for Teacher Preparation Programs)

AUSB and AULA, campuses of a one-system university, offer mission consistent options that are accredited by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing.

Why Teach

Have you ever thought about becoming a teacher? There’s never been a better time than now!

At Antioch University Santa Barbara, we are excited about new visions for teaching. Enter Antioch’s teacher credentialing program and be on the front line of progressive, innovative, and meaningful teaching.

Antioch University Santa Barbara has a Master of Arts (MA) in Education with a Multiple-Subject and/or an Education Specialist Mild/Moderate Disabilities Teacher Credential Program. The Program is designed to meet the new challenges in teacher education by preparing professionals who have expertise in teaching literacy skills, are knowledgeable about building character and citizenship, and will actively and effectively resist social bias.

Graduates leave the Teacher Credentialing program prepared to provide meaningful education while also becoming active participants in civic and educational leadership within our community.