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Education, Teaching Credential Program

2018-19 Tuition and Fees for the Education, Teaching Credential Program

This page covers information on tuition and fees covering:

A core principle of the UC Davis Teacher Education Program is to prepare highly qualified teachers who are advocates for equity in learning for all students. They offer both Multiple and Single Subject teaching credentials.

 

Summer Quarter

Fall Quarter

Winter Quarter

Spring Quarter

Annually

Full-time Year 1 (Excluding Agricultural Specialist & Single Subject in Agriculture) [2]

Summer Fall Winter Spring Annually
Tuition $1,917.00 $3,814.00 $3,814.00 $3,814.00 $13,359.00
Student Services Fee $376.00 $376.00 $376.00 $376.00 $1,504.00
Campus-based Fees   $333.46 $333.46 $333.44 $1,000.36
Summer Campus Fees $177.13 - - - $177.13
TOTAL, California Residents  $2,470.13 $4,523.46 4,523.46 4,523.44 $16,040.49
Nonresidents Supplemental Tuition   $5,034.00 $5,034.00 $5,034.00 $15,102.00
TOTAL, Nonresidents $2,470.13 $9,557.46 $9,557.46 $9,557.44 $31,142.49
UC Student Health Insurance Plan [1] $1,428.00 $1,450.00 $1,450.00 $1,450.00 $5,778.00
           

Full-time Year 1 Agricultural Specialist & Single Subject in Agriculture Only [2]

Summer Fall Winter Spring Annually
Tuition $3834.00 $3814.00 $3814.00 $3814.00 $15,276.00
Student Services Fee $376.00 $376.00 $376.00 $376.00 $1,504.00
Campus-based Fees   $333.46 $333.46 $333.44 $1,000.36
Summer Campus Fees $177.13 - - - $177.13
TOTAL, California Residents $4,387.13 $4,523.46 $4,523.46 $4,523.44 $17,957.49
Nonresidents Supplemental Tuition   $5,034.00 $5,034.00 $5,034.00 $15,102.00
TOTAL, Nonresidents $4,387.13 $9,557.46 $9,557.46 $9,557.44 $33,059.49
UC Student Health Insurance Plan [1] $1,428.00 $1,450.00 $1,450.00 $1,450.00 $5,778.00

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The tuition, fees, and charges posted here are estimates based on currently approved amounts. These figures may not be final; actual tuition, fees, and charges are subject to change by the Regents of the University of California or, as authorized, by the President of the University of California. Accordingly, final approved levels and charges may differ from the amounts shown. CHARGES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.

As approved by the Regents in July 2018, Tuition was reduced to reflect the elimination of the temporary $60 surcharge built into Tuition to cover costs associated with the judgments of the Kashmiri and Luquetta lawsuits, effective Fall 2018.

All new Undergraduate, Graduate Academic, and Graduate Professional students admitted for the 2018-19 academic year will be charged a onetime, life-time document fee of $150.00. Graduate students in the strictly professional degrees (M.D., J.D., D.V.M. and M.B.A.) are excluded and will continue with Pay-per-service charges. More information about the document fee is available at UC Davis Office of Registrar, Document Fee.

A one-time fee of $159.00 is charged to entering students who hold a F-1 or J-1 visa, excluding UC Education Abroad and non-UC Davis sponsored students (i.e. Fulbright or Vietnam Education Fund). More information about the International Student Administrative Fee is available at Services for International Students and Scholars' Fees & Tuition page.


[1] The University of California Regents mandates that all students have health insurance. UC Davis automatically enrolls all registered students in the UC Student Health Insurance Plan (UC SHIP). If students have comparable insurance and do not want to be enrolled in UC SHIP, they must apply for a UC SHIP waiver by the date specified for their school. More information about the UC SHIP is available at Student Health and Counseling Services.

[2] Effective Summer 2018, the Teaching Credential fees reflect the change from 3 quarters to 4 quarter programs. For more information please visit the UC Davis School of Education Teaching Credential Programs. Students in the Summer Quarter will be enrolled in 6 units (part-time status) excluding those that are in the Agricultural Specialist and Single Subject in Agriculture emphasis. Agricultural Specialist and Single Subject in Agriculture students earn a second credential, and are required to take additional units throughout the year. They will take a minimum of 12 units in Summer Quarter.