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School Contact

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Eastern Washington University

526 5th Street

Cheney, WA 99004

General Undergraduate Academic Advising

genadvising@mail.ewu.edu

childrens.studies@mail.ewu.edu

509.359.2345

  • Child Development B.A.

  • Children’s Studies B.A.

  • Early Childhood Education B.A.

  • Special Education B.A.

  • Elementary Education B.A.

College Website: http://www.ewu.edu/Home.xml

Child Development/Elementary (BAE) Website: http://www.ewu.edu/grad/graduate-programs/education--curriculum-and-instruction----early-childhood-education.xml

The Bachelor of Arts of Education in Child Development/Elementary prepares teachers for preschool, kindergarten and the elementary grades. Program focus is on developmental processes and principles applied to preschool and elementary school aged children. Students in this major must meet the professional education requirements for their certification and endorsement in elementary teaching. A minor is required with this major.

Children’s Studies Website: http://www.ewu.edu/csbssw/programs/childrens-studies.xml

Eastern Washington University's major in Children's Studies is quite possibly the first in the nation. The curriculum of this interdisciplinary program focuses on the developmental, learning and social issues of children from birth to pre-adolescence. The Children's Studies major incorporates coursework from departments across the University, including Education, Sociology, and Counseling, Educational and Developmental Psychology.

Early Childhood Education Website:  http://www.ewu.edu/x8942.xml

The Bachelor of Arts of Education in Early Childhood Education prepares teachers for preschool, kindergarten and the elementary grades. Program focus is on developmental processes and principles applied to children from birth to five years. Students in this major must meet the professional education requirements for their certification and endorsement in teaching. A minor is required with this major.

Special Education Website: http://www.ewu.edu/x8942.xml

For those who are seeking a B.A. degree in Education, the Special Education major is available within the Counseling, Educational and Developmental Psychology department as well as the B.A. degree in Education with a major in Early Childhood Special Education.

 

Articulation Agreements: Clark College, Bellevue Community College, Highline Community College, Renton Technical College, Olympic College, Centralia Community College, Spokane Falls Community College, Whatcom Community College

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School Contact

Degrees

Gonzaga University

502 East Boone Ave

Spokane, WA 99258

Shannon Palomba

palomaba@gonzaga.edu

509.323.3470

  • Special Education B.A.

  • Elementary Education endorsement*

  • Secondary Education endorsement*

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

Education Website:

http://www.gonzaga.edu/Academics/Colleges-and-Schools/School-of-Education/

Gonzaga University’s baccalaureate program in elementary and secondary education provides graduates with the education and training for advanced study and/or initial teaching certification with a primary endorsement in elementary education (kindergarten-8) or secondary education (grades 4-12) by the State of Washington.  The Special Education program provides graduates the education and training to work with mildly or moderately handicapped students in an inclusionary kindergarten-12 classroom, a resource room or a self-contained special education class.

Articulation Agreements: None at this time

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School Contact

Degrees

Whitworth College

300 West Hawthorne Rd

Spokane, WA 99251

Adult Degree Program

continuingstudies@whitworth.edu

509.777.3222

  • Elementary Education B.A.

  • Secondary Education B.A.

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

Education Website: http://www.whitworth.edu/Academic/Department/Education/EveningTeacherCertification/index.aspx

Evening Adult Program: http://www.childcarenet.org/providers/scholarships/ece/earning-your-batchelors/spokane

The School of Education at Whitworth is widely recognized for preparing teachers, administrators and counselors whose exemplary professional skills are matched only by their commitment to those they serve.  The Evening Teacher Certification program, a collaborative effort between the School of Education and Continuing Studies, allows adults who work full time to complete a teacher certification program in an accelerated evening and Saturday format. Students accepted into this program can earn a Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education with their Washington State teacher certification while those currently holding a college degree can complete the requirements for certification only.

Articulation Agreements: None at this time

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