Master of Arts in Learning and Teaching


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The School of Education offers both the Multiple Subject (elementary) and Single Subject (secondary) Teaching Credential Programs integrated with a Master's degree in a consolidated 16-month delivery designed for working professionalsin Redlands, South Coast Metro, Rancho Cucamonga, and Temecula.  The programs are accredited by the California Commission on Teaching Credentialing (CCTC) and are aligned with SB 2042 standards.  The program is designed for individuals who have earned their Baccalaureate degree.

The Master of Arts in Learning and Teaching program is an integrative blend of a teaching credential and a master's degree.  Combined, the program totals 36 units and will span sixteen months from start to finish.  This program add technology sophistication and addresses the Common Core standards in depth.

MALT At-a-glance

Program Features

  • Use of theory to inform educationally just practices to create confident and competent teachers for all K-12 students.
  • Block Schedule and Delivery - Credential classes held two evenings per week, 1 course every 5 weeks
  • 12 week Master's Seminar course held on Saturdays
  • Accreditation by WASC and CCTC
  • Admission Requirements - Information Sheet
  • Student Teaching consists of public school placements, for a total of 14 weeks.  Student teaching placements are supervised by both a master teacher at the school site and University of Redlands faculty.  Note:  All sections of CSET must be passed in order to be eligible for student teaching and internship teaching.
  • Internships -The School of Education offers an 18-week, supervised internship program to qualified candidates employed in the traditional public school settings.  A separate, mid-program, qualifying application process is required for internship.

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