Frequently Asked Questions
What is a Post Baccalaureate program?
A Post-Baccalaureate program is a course of study designed to be taken after you have received a Bachelor degree. Our Post-Baccalaureate program leads to Elementary Education (K-8) Teacher Certification in Washington State.
Is this a full-time program?
Students commit to four consecutive quarters of full-time coursework. This means that students take 15-17 credits per quarter, although you may not attend classes every day of the week. Student teaching begins in the Autumn quarter and continues through Winter quarter. Full-time student teaching is required to complete the program.
What is the cost of the K-8 Teacher Certification program?
Tuition is charged at the undergraduate tuition rate.
When is the application deadline?
Applications are due November 1.
What makes a competitive applicant?
A competitive applicant is someone who submits a complete application by the deadline, has a strong commitment to students, student learning, and to the UW Bothell School of Educational Studies core mission and values.
Who should I contact for more information?
For application advising and information, please contact the School of Educational Studies as firstname.lastname@example.org.