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Contact UsLoyola Hall, Room 304(206) 296-5759
Request Information and Application
Step 1: Determine which course(s) you need to enroll in to meet the content requirements of the elementary endorsement. This can be done as a self-assessment process by going through the Elementary Endorsement Verification Form and identifying previous course work or life experiences that have provided you with content knowledge for the elementary endorsement. The elementary endorsement form provides detailed directions and outlines the content areas for which you must document coursework.
Information sessions can assist you with this determination. If you have any questions, please call the MIT office at 206-296-5759. You may also email John Green, new applicant advisor, for assistance.
Current course modules available:
EPDSS 903 US History for Elem Teaching
EPDSS 904 Civics for Elem Teaching
EPDSS 905 Geography for Elem Teaching
EPDSS 906 Economics for Elem Teaching
EPDSC 927 Physical Science for Elem Teaching
EPDSC 928 Life Science for Elem Teaching
EPDAR 944 The Visual Arts for Elem Teaching
Step 2: Review the following information before beginning any of the courses:
Step 4: After completing all of the course requirements for grading, you may either download the registration form, or contact the MIT Program Administrative Assistant at 206-296-5759 to request a registration form be sent to you. Complete the form and include payment of $115. Payment options are listed on the registration form. Make a copy of your registration form for your records and then submit the form, payment, and all course assignments for grading at one time. If you are taking more than one course, submit a separate packet for each course: registration form, payment and all course requirements for grading. Packets with registration form, payment, and course assignments can be mailed to:
Administrative AssistantMaster In Teaching ProgramSeattle University901 12th Ave.P.O. Box 222000Seattle, WA 98122-1090.
These materials also can be hand-delivered to the College of Education, Loyola Hall, Room 304. Be sure to include a stamped, self-addressed envelope for returning the assignments.
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