Master in Teaching, Everett
Summer: February 1, 2024 priority, then on a space-available basis.
This Master in Teaching program has attracted adult students from many different fields and professions who have decided that high school, middle school, or junior high school teaching offers an exciting career alternative. The students' professional preparation consists of 68 quarter credit hours that are completed over 7 quarters of academic study, including 14 weeks of full-time student teaching in local public secondary education classrooms.
The program is designed to accommodate the needs of students who need or wish to continue working during the course of program completion.
Students generally take two or three classes during an academic quarter, thus requiring classroom attendance two or three nights per week between the hours of 5:30 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. Our program seeks to admit 15-20 students each year.
Learn more about the program and get your questions answered by setting up an appointment with the Program Coordinator Bobbie Rogers at Bobbie.Rogers@wwu.edu.