Jul 09, 2020  
2019-2020 Graduate Catalog 
    
2019-2020 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Master in Teaching


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Degree Requirements:


Minimum credits required for degree: (60)


MIT Additional Information


Certification


The university recommends a student who has successfully completed an approved program to the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction which issues the appropriate certificate.

Special Education Endorsement


Students completing the 60 credit MIT program may apply up to 6 credits towards an educational specialist degree or the endorsement-only special education graduate program at Seattle University by completing the following courses:

Reading Endorsement


Students completing the master in teaching program may apply up to 15 credits toward the post-master’s certificate/ literacy specialist prerequisites and required courses and the endorsement in reading by completing the following courses:

Prerequisites:


Required courses:


  • 4 credits of TEED 5021  satisfy LITC 5250  and the 1 credit elective.
  • MIT elective in Literacy (3 credits) can meet a literacy course requirement.

ELL Endorsement


Seattle University offers a 24-credit ELL Endorsement.

There are two pathways for earning this endorsement.  The first is to complete 24 post-baccalaureate credits through the College of Education’s Professional Learning Department. One cohort is offered beginning in June each year.

The second pathway is only for students enrolled in the MIT program.  MIT students have an opportunity to apply 15 graduate credits from the MIT program to this endorsement: 12 general/program credits and 3 elective credits.  The 9 additional credits required for this 24-credit endorsement are offered through the College of Education’s Professional Development and Continuing Education Department. These 9 credits are post-baccalaureate credits and cannot be applied to a Seattle University graduate degree.

Admitted MIT students interested in applying the 15 graduate credits to this endorsement must complete the additional required 9 post-baccalaureate credits prior to beginning the MIT program.  Course progressions are offered twice a year, beginning in June and January.  Courses offered beginning in June are held evenings during the summer.  Courses beginning in January are offered nights and Saturdays.  Students accepted into the MIT program will be sent information about how to enroll in this endorsement path.

For more information contact the Professional Learning Office at 206.296.2147, email: ContinuingEd@seattleu.edu or log onto www.seattleu.edu/coe.