Welcome to the Department of Curriculum, Supervision, and Educational Leadership Department


Embark on an educational journey to become a certified educator in Washington state.

CSEL is here to guide and support you every step of the way. You'll need to complete specific courses in your chosen endorsement area, as well as our comprehensive Secondary Education Program.

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We provide the essential courses, as well as the enriching experiences you'll need to successfully complete the Secondary Education major. Together, we will navigate the road to certification, drawing on the strength of our community, the quality of our curriculum, and our shared commitment to excellence in education.

Resources

As you delve into the realm of curriculum, supervision, and educational leadership, you will encounter invaluable resources.

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About CSEL

As you explore the fascinating fields of curriculum, supervision, and educational leadership, you are embarking on a journey.

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Undergraduate

As an undergraduate student studying curriculum, supervision, and educational leadership, you are embarking on a journey.

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M.Ed. Higher Education

Through this program, you will gain a comprehensive understanding of curriculum development and design.

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Master of Arts in Teaching

As a master's student studying curriculum, supervision, and educational leadership, you are embarking on a journey.

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Administrator Certification Program Admittance Procedures

The School Administrator Certification Program (ACP) at Central Washington University (CWU) prepares educational leaders.

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Curriculum and Instruction M.Ed. Program

The Master of Education (M.Ed.) in Curriculum and Instruction is an online graduate program for classroom teachers.

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Why Study Education at CWU?

Studying Education at CWU is an opportunity to make a significant contribution to society while preparing for a rewarding career. Here, you'll gain real-world teaching experience in a variety of classroom settings, ensuring that you are well-prepared for your future career. Our graduates leave our program recognized for their practical skills, theoretical knowledge, and professional readiness. CWU alumni are making a difference in the classrooms of Washington state and beyond. 

Learn more about our degree options through our Program Finder. 

Admissions 

For general university admissions information, contact the CWU Office of Admissions. For advising information, contact the Academic Advising Center.   

Are you a graduate student? Contact the School of Graduate Studies and Research for admissions information. 

 

Highlights 

The Legacy of a Teacher’s College  

The School of Education is one of the oldest in the state of Washington, having been founded in 1891. 
CWU was originally known as the Washington State Normal School and was entirely devoted to educating future teachers.

“Central gave me the best memories and the best friends. I enjoyed the teaching program and had so many great professors. College was an unforgettable time, and I will always cherish Ellensburg and Central.” -Mackenzie Adams, 2018 Alumni, School of Education

CWU News

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New exhibit to open September 28 at Sarah Spurgeon Gallery

September 18, 2023

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Department of Curriculum, Supervision, and Educational Leadership

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