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Freshmen interested in pursuing a career in education have many options in terms of selecting a major. While Seattle University does not offer a teacher certification program at the undergraduate level, entering students may select from a wide variety of majors and minors which will well prepare them for future teacher-certification programs and teaching positions. It is strongly encouraged that students work closely with both their academic advisor and the pre-education advisor when selecting classes.
For those interested in teaching at the elementary level (grades K-8), it will be most helpful if you are able to incorporate into your academic plan a variety of courses in basic subject areas such as English, math, social studies, language, life science and physical, earth or space science. Students are also encouraged to select a major with an interdisciplinary focus. The B.A in Liberal Studies is a great degree choice at SU due to the program's broad intellectual training and flexibility in curriculum.
For those interested in teaching at the secondary level (grades 6– 12), it is advisable to complete the coursework required for the desired subject endorsement-area in the state in which you desire to teach. This may mean you choose to major, double major or minor in the subject-area you want to teach.
One Seattle University undergraduate program is specifically focused on pre-education. The Matteo Ricci College offers the Bachelor of Arts in Humanities for Teaching program (BAHT). The curriculum is individualized to correspond to the grade level(s) and subject(s) that a student might want to teach. As part of the Matteo Ricci Bachelor of Arts in Humanities for Teaching (BAHT) program:
BAHT Contact Information:Nancy BushBAHT Program Coordinator (206) email@example.com
Liberal Studies Program Contact Information:Dr. Sven ArvidsonLiberal Studies Director (206) firstname.lastname@example.org
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April 29 - May 16, 2013: Advising period for Summer and Fall
May 16, 2013: Summer registration begins
May 20-24, 2013: Fall registration period
May 25-27, 2013: Memorial Day Weekend, SU closed and classes cancelled
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