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Affiliated Masters Programs

California State University, Fresno, California State University, Monterey Bay, and California State University, Los Angeles have developed online masters programs that are well suited for CalStateTEACH graduates. Some programs accept transfer units from CalStateTEACH, are available anywhere in the state, and are for employed and non employed educators. Click on the links below to find out more about these outstanding opportunities!

Master of Arts in Teaching 

"The Kremen School of Education and Human Development at California State University, Fresno offers a 30-unit online Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) program for PK-12 classroom teachers. The program builds on what is learned in CalStateTEACH and up to nine (9) units are able to be transferred from the earned units in CalStateTEACH in the MAT program. There is a capacity to fulfill the program requirements if you do not currently have a classroom/teaching position."

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Master of Science in Instructional Science and Technology

"The IST Master's program at California State University Monterey Bay (CSUMB) is a 32-40 credit graduate degree program. IST will benefit working professionals seeking new approaches to instructional challenges. Through its innovative curriculum, academic rigor, excellent faculty, and peer interactions, students will learn how to integrate technology into classroom teaching and corporate training. The majority of the curriculum is delivered online; at the beginning of each academic semester students meet face-to-face with their faculty and classmates on the CSUMB campus near beautiful Monterey, California."

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MA Degree in Education options in Educational Technology & Leadership and New Media Design and Production

Join the Instructional Technology Program in the Charter College of Education at Cal State LA. We offer two MA Degree in Education options in Educational Technology & Leadership and New Media Design and Production; two graduate certificates in Online Teaching and Learning and Computer Applications in the Schools; and a supplementary authorization in Computer Concepts and Applications to add to a single or multiple subject credential.

 Here’s a great opportunity for you! You can enter this field with a degree in any content area (e.g., Communications, Arts, Engineering, Education, ULRN, etc.) 

For information contact Dr. Doyle-Nichols: or Applied and Advanced Studies in Education 323-343-4330.

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