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At Seattle University, Pre-Education is not a specific major
or program of study. Instead, it is an advising resource available to help
students explore career options in education and pathways to teaching. Pre-Education
Advisors are available to assist you from the early stages of career discernment
to the time you are ready to apply to teacher certification programs.
Pre-Education Advising seeks to help entering freshmen,
current students, transfer students and alumni prepare for graduate-level
teacher certification, Master in Teaching programs and teaching careers through
academic advising and programming. Specifically, the program is designed to
assist those who are considering teaching at the Preschool through12th Grade
The materials contained on this website are only part of the advising available for Pre-Education. Face-to-face interaction is the primary method for advising. If you are interested in a teaching career, you are encouraged to meet with a Pre-Education advisor, in addition to any online research you undergo.
Prospective and Current SU Students and Alumni work with a Pre-Education advisor to:
Interested in receiving periodic email announcements pertaining to the education field?
Email Tonja Brown, Pre-Education advisor. Include your Full Name, Student ID #, Major, and the Grade Level(s) you are interested in teaching.
Tonja Brown Pre-Education Academic AdvisorCasey 1 West206email@example.com
Who's my advisor?
Typical Programs of Study
Two Year Course Offerings
Academic Planning Forms
How do I start building my educational plan?
How do I read my program evaluation?
How can I get into closed Core classes?
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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