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1. Take nine Professional Development (post-baccalaureate) credits (3 courses) before you begin your MIT program (or perhaps on your summer break)2. Earn an additional 12 credits as part of your MIT coursework3. Enroll in the required 3 credit elective4. Complete your practicum with an ELL component5. Take and pass the WEST-E
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The remaining competencies are embedded in your MIT coursework and your 3-credit elective.
Classes begin in the June or January prior to your matriculation in the MIT program. Courses will begin on June 18, 2013 and are offered Tuesday and Thursday evenings and three Saturday sessions between June and August 2013. If you are a current MIT student interested in starting this endorsement, you can register for the session that start in June. View the course calendar for Summer 2013.
Tuition for the 9-credit program is $225 a credit. The total cost is $2,025, due at registration. Tuition for this program is non-refundable. Please complete the registration form and mail, email or fax to the address at the top of the form.
All courses are held at the Puget Sound ESD. Location and driving directions are available from the PSESD website.
After you have completed your MIT program, your final step to completing your endorsement work is to take and pass the WEST-E exam in your chosen endorsement areas. WEST-E test prep and information is available from the WEST website.
If you are a prospective student interested in the MIT program or other graduate programs in the College of Education, please visit our Graduate Programs information page.
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