Our mission is to prepare student-centered teachers and leaders who are caring, effective, informed, reflective graduates who successfully engage all learners in diverse schools, communities and global contexts.
Eastern Washington University's Master in Teaching is a graduate degree program designed for individuals planning a career change into the field of teaching. The program, accredited by the State of Washington Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI), offers students the opportunity to acquire:
The MIT program is a rigorous, full-time 5 quarter graduate degree program blending an increasing field experience throughout the full-year internship in a P-12 classroom with day and evening classes. Course work will be linked to classroom experience, and will meet the new statewide certification requirements for P-12 teachers.
Each cohort group begins in summer quarter and completes the certification stage at the end of spring quarter (4th quarter). The MEd degree will be granted after completion of the next stage of the program, which requires additional course work and a final master's research report with orals (usually one more quarter of course work and Orals Defense).The Program Features:
NOTICE: MIT application deadline is February 17, 2014 for the MIT cohort group beginning June 2014.
Do you want to become an elementary or secondary teacher? Do you already have a bachelor's degree? Consider our MIT program! Get your teacher certification AND a masters degree in Master in Teaching.
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