Education Specialist (Special Ed)

Dr. Granger Dinwiddie, Program Coordinator
Education Specialist Credential Program
DBH 328, 209/667-3681 or 915-2805
gdinwiddie@csustan.edu

Mild/Moderate and Moderate/Severe Disabilities

California State University, Stanislaus is authorized to recommend individuals for Preliminary Education Specialist Credentials in two areas: Mild/Moderate Disabilities and Moderate/Severe Disabilities. The Preliminary programs prepare individuals to perform responsibilities of entry-level special education teachers.

Special Education

It is recommended that undergraduates seeking admission to the Preliminary Education Specialist Credential enroll in the Liberal Studies major with a concentration in Exceptional Children and Youth.

IMPORTANT
Program  Revision Information
Open Letter: Teacher Candidates in the Special Education Program

ESCP Handbook and Forms

Credential Program Information

Spring 2015 Application Dates
Priority Applications: Aug. 21 - Sept 8, 2014
Regulair Applications:  Sept. 9 - Oct. 3, 2014

See Credential Services website for Pre- Credential Program Advising Information and application for the Education Specialist Credential Program 
Phone: 209-667-3534
DBH 303
Email: Credentials@csustan.edu

IMPORTANT! - CPR Requirement for Teacher Credentialing Programs - Effective Immediately
See letter and flyer for complete details.
Requirement for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Certification (CPR)

There are two separate applications to enter the Credential Program.
Application to the Credential Program, $30 fee. For application information go to the Credential Services web page.

Credential Applicants must also apply to the Graduate School, $55 fee, at CSU Mentor
http://secure.csumentor.edu