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Here are answers to some frequently asked questions. If you don’t find the information you are seeking here, please call us at 206.296.5760 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
What are the application deadlines?
How do I get my initial teaching certification?
Do I have to take examinations like the Graduate Record Exam (GRE)?
What options can I pursue in the K-12 system?
What options can I pursue outside the K-12 system?
I want to get a master's degree, but I don't know which program is right for me. What should I do?
For your convenience, many of our programs admit students each quarter of the year. Application deadlines for all our programs are listed here.
1 cohort per year
Summer start -December 1 and March 1 application deadline.
Spring start -October 1 of the previous year application deadline.
2 cohorts per year
Fall start -February 1 application deadlineSpring start -October 1 application deadline
Winter start for Assessment Seminar -November 3 application deadlineFall start -May 20 application deadline(for 2-year series of Implementation Seminars if you have not already been admitted into the Professional Certification Program)
4 cohorts per year
Summer & Fall Quarter start -March 20 application deadlineWinter & Spring Quarter start -October 20 application deadline
Summer and Fall start -March 20 application deadlineWinter and Spring start -October 20 of previous year application deadline
Curriculum and InstructionEducational AdministrationAdult EducationLiteracy for Special Needs (Reading)TESOLStudent Development Administration
Fall start -August 20 application deadline (except for AEDT, LITC, SPED, TSOL: July 20)Winter Quarter start - November 20 application deadlineSpring Quarter start - February 20 application deadlineSummer Session start - May 20 application deadline
At Seattle University you can earn your initial certification through the (MIT) Master in Teaching Program, also known as the Teacher Education Program. The MIT program takes four quarters to complete and is structured for full-time students.
To prepare for admission, please check the requirements for each program. Some programs require test scores, others do not.
If you are interested in teaching in specialized areas or providing professional staff services, or administration we have a variety of options:
If you are interested in teaching or administrating educational programs for adult learners in business or not-for-profit organizations such as health care or the arts, you are in the right place. In addition to K-12 teachers and administrators, our programs are designed to meet the needs of a wide variety of education oriented pursuits.
We suggest that you explore:
We invite you to call or meet with an Advisor or attend one of our Open House events or program information sessions. Additionally we encourage you to talk with colleagues about their experiences and learn which programs are accepted in the fields you wish to pursue.
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