At UCI's 2018 commencement ceremonies, the School of Education celebrated successful completion of degree by 313 Bachelors of Arts in Education Sciences, 130 Masters of Arts in Teaching+Credential, and 12 PhDs in Education.
The Graduate Hooding Ceremony for UCI's 12 PhD candidates was held on Saturday, June 16th at 4:30 pm in UCI's Bren Events Center. Dominique Ingato, doctoral candidate in the Henry Samueli School of Engineering, was the student speaker.
Commencement ceremonies for 313 graduates from the School's Bachelor of Arts in Education Sciences program and 130 graduates from the UCI Master of Arts in Teaching+Teaching Credential were held in the Bren Events Center on Sunday, June 17th at 4:00 pm. Featured speaker was Michl Binderbauer, PhD, President and Chief Technology Officer of TAE Technologies.
The 130 Master of Arts in Teaching graduates had earned both their master's degree and their single subject or multiple subject teaching credential in 14 months.
Sixty-eight of the 330 Bachelor of Arts in Education Sciences graduates received Latin Honors - 15 with Summa Cum Laude; 18 with Magna Cum Laude; and 35 Cum Laude. Fourteen bachelor students were initiated into Phi Beta Kappa.
The 4-year CalTeach Science and Mathematics Program graduated 10 with a STEM bachelor's degree plus a California Teaching Credential. Four CalTeach students received their bachelor's degree in Chemistry, three in Biology/Education, two in Mathematics, and one in Earth System Science.