Secondary Education is itself a specialization within K-12 education. There may be further opportunity for teaching specialization with a Certificate in Secondary Education. Areas such as single subject specialization might be offered.
The Department of Interdisciplinary Studies in Education (DISE) draws upon interdisciplinary research and academic programs to address needs in PK-12 education, with a particular emphasis on urban and urbanizing schools. Initiatives include both those t...
Students successfully completing this program and meeting state requirements will receive their Washington State Residency Teacher Certificate with a Secondary (5-12) Endorsement and their master’s degree. The overarching goal of the program is to create a collaborative environment that supports all students and offers a foundation for professional growth. The Master In Teaching (MIT) program with Secondary Certification is housed in the Department of Teaching and Learning (T&L) of the College of Education (COE).
The Masters of Arts in Education plus Certification program requires thirty-four credits which includes courses, workshops, field experiences including observations in the schools, and student teaching.