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City University

12500 SE 2nd Circle
Suite 200
Vancouver, WA 98684

vancouverwa@cityu.edu

800.474.6850

360.449.6700

  • Elementary Education B.A.

  • Special Education endorsement

  • Elementary Education endorsement

College Website: http://www.cityu.edu/

Elementary Education Website: http://www.cityu.edu/programs/soe/ba_elementary_ed.aspx

*Other teaching endorsements available online

City University of Seattle's regionally accredited B.A. Ed. with Teacher Certification program is designed for individuals who have some college credits and wish to pursue a rewarding career in teaching. City U of Seattle has one of the few programs that allows the option of earning an Elementary K-8 Endorsement, a Special Education K-12 Endorsement or BOTH while earning a bachelor's degree.

The Elementary (K-8) program will provide the knowledge and tools needed to teach core curriculum to a diverse population of elementary and middle school children. Subjects covered include: Math, Science, Reading and Literacy, Social Studies and Health. The Special Education (K-12) program combines traditional education training with a focus on classes that prepares the student to assist children with special needs.

The full-time program is designed to be flexible, so one can study without sacrificing their career. Typically, classes will meet just two evenings a week, plus Saturdays.

Articulation Agreements: Clark College, Lake Washington Technical College, Renton Technical College, Centralia Community College, Bates Technical College, Skagit Valley College.

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Washington State University

Vancouver

14204 NE Salmon Creek Ave

Vancouver, WA 98686

Office of Admissions admissions@vancouver.wsu.edu

360.546.9779

  • Elementary Education B.A.

  • Human Development B.A.

Campus Website: http://www.vancouver.wsu.edu/

Education Website:
http://education.vancouver.wsu.edu/bachelor-arts-education

The B.A. in Education provides the skills and knowledge to teach and guide school children in preschool through 8th grade. The undergraduate teacher preparation program culminates in a Bachelor of Arts in Education degree as well as a Washington State Residency Teacher Certificate with Elementary (K-8) Endorsement.

Human Development Website: http://hd.vancouver.wsu.edu/bachelor-arts-human-development

Human Development is the study of how children, youth, adults, and families develop, change, and face challenges throughout the life span. An undergraduate degree in human development prepares a student for a successful career in a variety of human services and/or educational settings. Many concentrations are available in which to specialize human development degree.

Articulation Agreements: Clark College, Wenatchee Valley Community College, Peninsula College,  Lower Columbia Community, Big Bend Community College, Grays Harbor Community College, Bellevue Community College, Highline Community College, Shoreline Community College, Olympic College, Centralia Community College, Pierce College,  Skagit Valley College, Edmonds Community College, Spokane Falls Community College,  Walla Walla Community College, Whatcom Community College, Yakima Valley College, Tacoma Community College.

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