Department of Education and Leadership
The purpose of these pages is to provide assistance for students and personnel in the College of Education. Available tutorials and topics are listed on the right side of the page.
Cal State Apply Help - Walk in Sessions
Are you a Credential, School Pysch, or Masters of Arts in Education applicant struggling with your CSUMB Cal State Apply application?
We are here to help!
Please sign up or stop in for one of our upcoming application workshops.
Our Advisor will be on hand to:
- Answer application questions
- Discuss program requirements
- Review pending application issues
Location: CSUMB Bldg. 3 (Del Mar) Tech Lab
- 2/1, 5:00–6:00pm
- 2/6, 1:30–3:00pm
- 2/12, 2:00-1:00pm
- 2/14, 3:00–5:30pm
Walk - In appointments welcome!
Please Bring your Laptop!
If you cannot make one of our open sessions, please set up a one-on-one with our Admissions Counselor Shawna Gannon (email@example.com).
Cal State Apply Application Tips
Drop-In Info Sessions
Drop in Info Sessions: CSUMB bldg 3 (Del Mar), Future Teacher Lab
Stop in and find out what the CSUMB Department of Education and Leadership has to offer:
Learn about our different pathways Integrated, traditional, Intern, and Master's + Credential. We will also discuss our different credential options Elementary Education (K-8), Secondary Education (High School), Special Education (mild-moderate & Moderate-Severe), and School Psychology.
CSET online preparation - financial support available
The Monterey County Office of Education (MCOE) in collaboration with the San Diego County Office of Education (SDCOE) offers a 100% online California Subject Examinations for Teachers® (CSET®) preparation support.
The MCOE and SDCOE CSET Preparation Program is committed to a "Teacher Friendly" model that is flexible, cost effective, technology-based, and rigorous. The course was developed by exemplary, experienced content experts who have firsthand knowledge of the CSET exam. The following CSET Subject areas are available:
LA PROMESA: CSET Prep Support for Current and Prospective College of Education Credential Candidates.
The College of Education, in partnership withDr. Bettye Saxon of AT&T and the Monterey County Office of Education, created the La Promesa: AT&T-CSUMB-MCOE HURDLE EXAM STUDENT SUPPORT FUND. The fund was established to support students from underrepresented backgrounds and/or those who are committed to teaching students from underrepresented backgrounds in enrolling in a 100-percent online CSET preparation support course. Students who take this CSET prep course have a high rate of success, and, by making this support available to current and prospective credential candidates, we are committed to removing this major hurdle to becoming a teacher. If interested in receiving this support, please fill out the application.
The cost for the online prep course is $100 per subject area (typically 3 subtests)/$40 per subtest.
Free online Math & Science CSET Prep
The Mathematics and Science Teacher Initiative (MSTI) at Fresno State will offer free, synchronous, online reviews of the content assessed on CSET: Mathematics Subtests I and II along with free, online CSET: Science Subtests I, II, and III (for all areas of science)
Out of State Graduate Students
Out-of-state students from western states are eligible for in-state tuition rates. We are a member of the Western Regional Graduate Program (WRGP). WRGP is a tuition-reciprocity arrangement coordinated through the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education (WICHE) that enables students from Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Washington, Wyoming, the Republic of Marshall Islands (RMI), the Federated States of Micronesia (FSM), the Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands (CNMI), and Guam to enroll at CSUMB and pay the resident tuition rate, instead of the nonresident rate that an out-of-state student would normally pay.
For more information, visit the CSUMB WRGP web page.