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Chapman University's Attallah College of Educational Studies offers a variety of credential and graduate degree programs, from elementary education to special education and school psychology. 

Teaching Credentials

Chapman's Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) can be obtained with either a Multiple Subject (Elementary) or Single Subject (Secondary) credential. Both combined teaching credential and master's degree programs are 40 total units and can be completed in as few as 15 months.

Chapman's MA in Special Education can be obtained with one or more of the following Education Specialist Credentials:

Visit Chapman's Teaching Credential webpage to learn more and find the program that’s right for you.

For information about applying to any of the Attallah College teacher education programs, please contact Zac Graycen (714-289-3107 or zgraycen@chapman.edu).

Additional Credentials

For information about applying to these Chapman credential programs, contact credentials@chapman.edu.

Title II reports for passage rates of license examination completers

Chapman University complies with all federal government reporting requirements pursuant to Section 207 of the Higher Education Act Title II passed by congress in 1998. The Commission on Teacher Credentialing requires a link to the most current year passing rates of the license examination according to AB 2086. Please visit the California Commission on Teaching Credentialing Title II webpage for information. Please visit the Dashboard and Annual Report Card for the latest Title II information.