Earn your special education endorsement at Seattle University campus as part of a master's degree or educational specialist (post-master's) degree. The degree program also offers a post-master's certificate for the endorsement only.
Earn a master's degree in Educating Non-Native English Speakers with an ELL endorsement in a collaborative new online program.
Endorsement programs at the College of Education provide certified teachers (with an initial, continuing, professional or residency teaching certificate) with subject knowledge and enhance their skills in teaching and curriculum development. These programs meet the endorsement assessment requirements for Pathway Three set forth by Washington state’s Professional Educators Standards Board (PESB).
Brought to you through a partnership of the College of Education and the Puget Sound Educational Service District, this online endorsement program prepares teachers for the state-mandated exam. These courses may be taken for graduate credit and will count as half of the credits toward a master's degree in Special Education.
Eight online courses offered by the College of Education in partnership with the Puget Sound Educational Service District prepare educators for the state-mandated exam. These courses may be taken for graduate credit and will count as half of the credits toward a master's degree in Educating Non-Native English Speakers.
Eight online courses offer educators an affordable way to obtain their secondary math endorsement from home.
District academies in partnership with the Puget Sound Educational Service District (ESD 121) are targeted to teachers in specific school districts.