The College of Education offers a variety of degrees, endorsements, and certificate programs to obtain initial K-12 certification.
Complete your elementary and secondary teaching certification in one year (four quarters) with our Master in Teaching degree. Add one or two quarters to your studies to receive your endorsement in English Language Learners (ELL) or Special Education.
Learn alongside fellow leaders who have a passion for positive change in a flexible program designed to fit your education, experience and career focus. Pursue your principal or program administrator certification through our master's, post-master's or doctoral degrees or certificate programs.
The School Psychology program leads to the Educational Specialist Degree, Washington state certification (ESA Certification) and national certification (National Certificate in School Psychology). Options include post-baccalaureate and post-master’s programs of study.
The School Counseling Program prepares students for Residency level Educational Staff Associate (ESA) Certification in public and private K-12 settings. The program is fully accredited by CACREP.
Undergraduate students enrolling in Interdisciplinary Liberal Studies may choose an Elementary Education (K-8) specialization and receive a bachelor's degree plus a teaching credential with an endorsement in English Language Learners (ELL).