Upcoming Application Deadlines

The School of Education accepts applications on a rolling basis, and will release admissions decisions periodically throughout the year. Applicants should take care to complete his or her application by the posted deadlines to ensure that the Admissions Committe has ample time to make an admissions decision before the start of the term. 

For a complete list of dates, please visit our Application and Enrollment Calendar

Application Deadline   

Available Start Terms

     

Education Specialist (MA or Credential)

Single or Multiple Subject Teaching (MA or Credential)

MA in Curriculum and Instruction
 Oct 9, 2017

 January 8, 2018
 April 30, 2018

 January 8, 2018
 April 30, 2018
 September 4, 2018

 September 4, 2018

 Nov 13, 2017

 January 8, 2018
 April 30, 2018

 January 8, 2018
 April 30, 2018
 September 4, 2018

 September 4, 2018
 Jan 22, 2018

 April 30, 2018
 January 7, 2019

 April 30, 2018
 September 4, 2018
 January 7, 2019
 September 4, 2018
 March 12, 2018  January 7, 2019
 April 29, 2019
 September 4, 2018
 January 7, 2019
 April 29, 2019
 September 4, 2018

Department of Teaching and Learning Application Requirements

For all applicants:

  1. Completed application
  2. Evidence of a bachelor's degree from a regionally-accredited institution
  3. One (1) official transcript issued by the Registrar of each institution attended, sent directly to the Office of Graduate and Professional Enrollment.
  4. Two (2) letters of recommendation from faculty or professionals who know your work. 

In addition, students should submit the items below for the program to which they are applying:

Special Education (Education Specialist Credential)

1. GPA 2.75

2. Certificate of Clearance, for CCTC issue, to be cleared through the DOJ and FBI

3. Evidence of negative TB test result within the last two years

4. Meet the Basic Skills Requirement

5. Evidence of 50 hours of observation or work with children, preferably in a public school setting or equivalent

6. Completion of Child Development or Human Growth and Development course, CLEP exam, workshop, or equivalent (workshops available through the University)

7. Evidence of subject matter competency by completing one of the following:

For multiple subject applicants, passage of the CSET or registration for the CSET, with the understanding that students cannot student teach or intern until all sections of the CSET are passed.


For single subject applicants, completion of a waiver program, passage of applicable CSET exam, or registration for the CSET, with the understanding that students cannot student teach or intern until all sections of the CSET are passed.

MA in Learning and Teaching - Educational Specialist

1. GPA 2.75

2. Certificate of Clearance, for CCTC issue, to be cleared through the DOJ and FBI

3. Evidence of negative TB test result within the last two years

4. Meet the Basic Skills Requirement

5. Evidence of 50 hours of observation or work with children, preferably in a public school setting or equivalent

6. Completion of Child Development or Human Growth and Development course, CLEP exam, workshop, or equivalent (workshops available through the University)

7. Evidence of subject matter competency by completing one of the following:

For multiple subject applicants, passage of the CSET or registration for the CSET, with the understanding that students cannot student teach or intern until all sections of the CSET are passed.


For single subject applicants, completion of a waiver program, passage of applicable CSET exam, or registration for the CSET, with the understanding that students cannot student teach or intern until all sections of the CSET are passed.

Preliminary Teaching Credential (Multiple and Single Subject)

1. GPA 2.75

2. Certificate of Clearance, for CCTC issue, to be cleared through the DOJ and FBI

3. Evidence of negative TB test result within the last two years

4. Meet the Basic Skills Requirement

5. Evidence of 50 hours of observation or work with children, preferably in a public school setting or equivalent

6. Completion of Child Development or Human Growth and Development course, CLEP exam, workshop, or equivalent (workshops available through the University)

7. Evidence of subject matter competency by completing one of the following:

For multiple subject applicants, passage of the CSET or registration for the CSET, with the understanding that students cannot student teach or intern until all sections of the CSET are passed.

For single subject applicants, completion of a waiver program, passage of applicable CSET exam, or registration for the CSET, with the understanding that students cannot student teach or intern until all sections of the CSET are passed.

MA in Learning and Teaching (Multiple and Single Subject)

1. GPA 2.75

2. Certificate of Clearance, for CCTC issue, to be cleared through the DOJ and FBI

3. Evidence of negative TB test result within the last two years

4. Meet the Basic Skills Requirement

5. Evidence of 50 hours of observation or work with children, preferably in a public school setting or equivalent

6. Completion of Child Development or Human Growth and Development course, CLEP exam, workshop, or equivalent (workshops available through the University

7. Evidence of subject matter competency by completing one of the following:

For multiple subject applicants, passage of the CSET or registration for the CSET, with the understanding that students cannot student teach or intern until all sections of the CSET are passed.

For single subject applicants, completion of a waiver program, passage of applicable CSET exam, or registration for the CSET, with the understanding that students cannot student teach or intern until all sections of the CSET are passed.

MA in Curriculum and Instruction

1. GPA 3.0

Submitting Materials

Please submit all application parts via our online application.  Admission and certification requirements vary by program. All application pieces are required in order to complete your application for Admissions Review Committee.

Recommenders wishing to submit letters of recommendation directly to the School should email it to SOEAdmissions@redlands.edu and include as much applicant detail as possible (applicant name and email address if possible; academic program of interest is helpful too).