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The MIT graduate program at Seattle University provides prospective teachers with an intensive, full-time program that builds on their in-depth undergraduate preparation in an academic major with advanced study in professional education at the graduate level. The program balances classroom experience and coursework; MIT students spend approximately 50% of the program in the classroom, beginning the second week of their block of study. They learn as part of a cohort, or learning community, mutually challenged and supported by their peers and an award-winning faculty.
The Master in Teaching (MIT) program is designed and delivered based on collaboration among the College of Education faculty and the school community to prepare teachers to meet the educational demands of the 21st Century. First, a strong grounding in an academic field is essential for this program. Additionally, the program is infused with the ethical and value-laden issues inherent to the teaching profession.
The program curriculum includes comprehensive educational theory and research following the themes of individualization, ethical responsibility, and the use of technology as an essential educational tool. Through integrated course work and field experiences, students develop the insight and skills needed to be effective educators in a complex and technological world.
Program Start Dates (Note: The MIT program starts three weeks prior to Seattle University's scheduled quarter start dates.)Late August or early September for fall programEarly March for Spring program
Deadline Dates for ApplicationFebruary 1 for fall program*October 1 for spring program**Strong applicants may be considered after deadline
The MIT program is full-time, with classes on Monday-Friday. With a few exceptions, classes are scheduled from 9:00 am-3:00 pm. During the time students are in the field, schedules will vary based on the schedules of the K-12 school sites.
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