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College of Education

Undergraduate Degrees

Earn your teaching credential with your bachelor's degree


Freshman Pathway:

Major in Interdisciplinary Liberal Studies (IDLS) with a specialization in Elementary Education (K-8)! This enables you to:

  • Earn a bachelor's degree from one of the top-rated programs in the nation
  • Earn a Washington state elementary (K-8) teaching credential
  • Earn an English Language Learner (ELL) endorsement
  • Get over 700 hours of field work in classrooms, beginning in your first year

To learn more, visit the IDLS elementary education page.


K-8 Paraprofessional Transfer Pathway:

Major in Digital Technology and Cultures with a specialization in Elementary Education (K-8) and ELL endorsement! This collaborative degree path between the School of New and Continuing Studies and the College of Education is:

  • Designed for paraprofessional transfer students with an AA degree
  • Offered in a hybrid format with face-to-face and online instructional strategies
  • Nine quarters long with five quarters of field work in the classroom
  • Designed to enable participants to teach foundational digital skills for the 21st century
  • Launching in June 2018

Applications will be available online starting January 2018. To learn more please fill out our request information form or call us at (206) 296-2147

Information Sessions

Paraprofessional Pathway Info Sessions


  • Thursday, December 7th - John Stanford Center Auditorium - 4pm till 6pm

Online via Zoom:

  • Tuesday, December 12th via Zoom - 12:15-12:45pm and 4:00-4:30pm

To sign up for the Zoom info session please fill out the following form.

Additionally if you have any questions please contact us at: