Dean: Marquita Grenot-Scheyer
Telephone / FAX: (562) 985-4513 / 985-4951
Associate Dean: Cynthia Grutzik
Assistants to the Dean: Kristina Hancock, Tricia Salomone
Administrative Services: Carrie Hernandez, Melody Nielsen
Credential Center: Kit Van Wyk, Director (562) 985-4109
Development Office: Maryanne Horton, Director (562) 985-7477
Community Clinic: Kristin Powers, Director (562) 985-4991
SERVE: Hilda Sramek, Director (562) 985-5499
Teacher Preparation Advising Center: (562) 985-1105
Director: Lisa Isbell
Systems Specialist: Matt Evans
Web Manager: Adam Amberden
The College of Education's mission is to create and nurture a learning and teaching community committed to equity and excellence in education. We fulfill our purpose by preparing professional educators and practioners who promote equity and excellence in diverse urban settings through pedogogy evidence-based practices, collaboration, leadership, innovation, scholarship, and advocacy.
The College provides undergraduate and graduate studies in education through three departments - Liberal Studies, Teacher Education, and Advanced Studies in Education and Counseling - and one university-wide program - the Single Subject Credential Program. Curriculum in college programs focuses on the preparation of personnel for teaching and educational service in pre-school settings, elementary, middle and high schools, community colleges, adult programs, and other educational agencies. Descriptions that include prerequisites and requirements for each credential, certificate, and degree program are listed in this catalog in the department that houses the particular program. Doctoral program information is included at the end of this section.
College programs are accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) and the State Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC).
Please visit the college website at www.ced.csulb.edu for detailed information on departments, programs, centers, and offices.
Master of Arts in Education with Options in:
Master of Science in Counseling with Options in:
Art, Biological Sciences, Chemistry, English (Emphasis in Black Studies, Comparative Literature, Creative Writing, Journalism, Language and Linguistics, Literacy and Composition, Literature, Speech, Theatre Arts), Geosciences, Health Science, Home Economics, Industrial and Technology Education, Languages Other than English (French, German, Italian, Japanese, Latin, Spanish),Mathematics, Music, Physical Education (Adapted P.E., Elementary School, Secondary School), Physics, Social Science (covering Anthropology, Economics, Geography, History, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology)
Please refer to the College of Health and Human Services section of this catalog for credential programs in: