A Focus on Social Justice

A Teacher Preparation Program that Prepares New Teachers to Meet Diverse Learning Needs of Every Student

Master in Teaching

The newly revised Master in Teaching (MIT) program began in 1990 and is a 1-year, full-time, day-time and in-person teacher preparation program. Upon completing the MIT program in just three quarters, you will graduate with a Master’s Degree in teaching and a WA State Residency Teaching Certificate. As a student in this program, you will specialize in either the elementary endorsement or a subject-specific secondary endorsement. Recent revisions have maintained the social justice values of our established program and strengthen our commitment to anti-racist and humanizing teaching; responding to the needs of our time. 

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Students and faculty in this full-time, cohort-based degree discuss their commitment to social justice, personal attention, and developing learning communities.


“By being a teacher and showing my face every day, it challenges the status quo.” A Master in Teaching gave Daniel Chavez the chance to connect his talent for math with a career passion that had emerged through roles as a tutor, teaching assistant and after-school activities coordinator. Chavez appreciated the MIT program’s close bond among classmates in his cohort and contact with professors. “The professors really modeled what it was to be a good teacher,” he says.

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GG Flint

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(206) 296-5750