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Thank you for your interest in a graduate degree from the College of Education at Seattle University. We have a distinguished 76-year history of preparing teachers, counselors, school psychologists, principals, superintendents, deans, community college faculty, university presidents and administrators, corporate and nonprofit executives and independent educational and counseling specialists for leadership in their professions and service to their communities. We invite you to explore our 11 graduate degrees as well as our professional certifications and continuing education courses.
There are many benefits of attending Seattle University as a grad student from free access to research librarians, study space and computer labs to assistance with housing, child care and career services. Explore the entire list!
"I am forever indebted to Seattle University, especially the professors in the College of Education who saw my potential, believed in me and stood by me to ensure my success. There are few classroom lessons I remember after all these years; however, what you all left etched in my heart forever was the importance that we always be moral and ethical leaders." - Dr. Katherine Nell McNeil, EDLR, '05, 2010 Educator of the Year (CHADD)
"I found Seattle University's MIT program to be engaging both personally and academically. I especially valued the confidence I gained teaching in diverse multicultural settings." - Amy Weaver, MIT, '11
“My principal walked into my classroom today and offered me a three-year continuing contract! He said he’s never offered a first year teacher a continuing contract this early in the school year and spoke highly of the caliber of the MIT program. Very exciting and very excited to be able to share this news with you!” - Devin Engledew, MIT, ’10
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