Application for Graduate Admission with non-refundable $55 application fee. (Application fee waived for SU alumni.)
Official transcripts reflecting a master’s degree (or higher) from a regionally accredited college or university in a field other than this specific area
Two recommendations using the College of Education forms, one from the master’s degree major advisor and one from a current supervisor, regarding ability to perform as teacher in the field
TOEFL score of 580 (92 internet-based or 237 computer-based score) or higher for any applicant for whom English is not the native language. MELAB and IELTS scores can also be used to determine English proficiency. See policy 2008-01 in Admission Policies for details. Admission through Culture and Language Bridge program is not an option.
The post-master’s certificate in TESOL requires that all courses listed below have been completed either as a part of a master’s degree or following the completion of such a degree and that at least 15 credits are taken while enrolled within the post-master’s certificate program at the main campus of Seattle University. If students have completed courses that are substantially similar to those required for the certificate, substitutions may be made from other course offerings at Seattle University