The University of Washington Bothell Education Program is proud to offer cutting edge programs in the following areas:
K-8 Teacher Certification with endorsements in:
- Elementary Education
- Middle Level -- Humanities (English/Language Arts and Social Studies)
- Middle Level -- Math
- Middle Level -- Science
K-8 Teacher Certification website
Secondary and Middle Level Teacher Certification M.Ed. with the following endorsements:
- General Science
- English/Language Arts
- Social Studies
Secondary and Middle Level Certification M.Ed. website
Master of Education degree with the following pathway options:
- Individually Defined Course of Study
- Culmination work towards National Boards Certification
- Reading Endorsement (for currently certified teachers)
Master of Education (M.Ed.) website
Leadership Development for Educators (LEDE)
- Open to individuals with a Washington Professional Teacher Certification who have formal or well-documented informal teacher instructional leadership responsibilities.
- Part 1 launches with a two-credit seminar on instructional and personal leadership.
- Part 2 is a cohort-based program capstone that combines three seminars with a simultaneous internship.
Leadership Development for Educators website
Expanding Capacity for Special Education Leadership (ECSEL)
ECSEL is a two-year program that incorporates the most current research on leadership and special education. Year 1 focuses on special education leadership at the school level, and Year 2 on district-level leadership. Each year’s program includes three year-long seminars (each addressing a critical theme and related topics) and a 400-hour internship to be completed in the candidate’s home location.
Expanding Capacity for Special Education Leadership website
The Education and Society Minor is offered at the undergraduate level.
The Education & Society Minor is intended to help students develop broad perspectives on the purposes and forms of education and schooling. It consists of a minimum of 25 credits of coursework.
Education and Society Minor website