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This degree program is designed for individuals involved in all aspects of curriculum and instruction concerned with the pre-kindergarten through 12th grade schools and students. The program provides a solid background in educational theory and the foundations of teaching and curriculum development, as a well as the opportunity to work in depth in specific areas of curriculum and instruction. While most students in the program are professional educators, the degree also is appropriate for individuals employed in non-school settings who are interested in educational settings and issues, especially in the business and nonprofit sectors.
At Seattle University, only one program will enable you to earn your initial teaching certification. That program is the (MIT) Master in Teaching Program, also known as the Teacher Education Program. The MIT program which takes four quarters to complete is structured for only full-time students.
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