Mission Statement - Teacher Education Department
University of San Francisco
The University of San Francisco Teacher Education Department (TED) is committed to preparing strong, dedicated, and creative teachers for today’s increasingly diverse schools. We want the teachers we graduate to be reflective practitioners who foster intellectual growth, holistic development, and multicultural democratic community in their classrooms and schools. We want these teachers to provide their students – especially those most vulnerable to systemic injustices – an equitable, responsive, and empowering education.
Master's Degree Options - Hilltop Campus
The following Master’s degrees are offered in conjunction with our teaching credential program at our Hilltop Campus. If you are interested in learning more about the following Master's Degree Options, please contact your advisor.
- Masters of Arts in Teaching
- Urban Education and Social Justice
- Teaching Reading
- Educational Technology
- Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages
- Teaching with a Concentration in Catholic Education
- Bilingual Authorization**
Master's Degree Options - Branch Campus
The following Master’s degrees are offered in conjunction with our teaching credential program at our Branch Campuses. If you are interested in learning more about the following Master's Degree Options, please contact your advisor. For Sacramento, Pleasenton, and Santa Rosa, contact Dr. Sandi Fenderson. For South Bay/San Jose, contact Dr. Ruchi Agarwal-Rangnath.
Additional Masters Degree Options Avaliable to Branch Campus Students:
Students have the opportunity to earn a masters degree other than the MAT by completing additional coursework above the credential. Please note that courses for the following degree programs are only offered on the main campus in San Francisco. Students wishing to pursue one of these degrees must first complete all credential coursework at their campus and then transfer to the main campus. For more information, please contact your advisor.