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Curriculum, Supervision, & Educational Leadership

College of Education and Professional Studies

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Curriculum, Supervision, & Educational Leadership

CSEL Teacher Education

The Department of Curriculum, Supervision, & Education Leadership (CSEL) Department houses the following programs.


The Accessibility Studies Program

These courses work to increase participation by people of all levels of ability in all environments.

The Alternative Pathways to Teaching Program

This program offers a hybrid online alternative certification program that can be completed in a year for individuals with a bachelor's degree to teach high need subjects in rural districts across the state.
Field Experiences This program provides placement and supervision during the field experience class and student teaching.
Instructional FoundationsThis degree is designed for students who wish to have a background in instructional pedagogy, but not complete all the requirements for teacher certification. 
Library Media Endorsement All the courses needed to complete the requirements to qualify for a Library Media endorsement to a teaching certificate are offered through this program.
The Master Teacher Program This program offers a graduate degree to a certified teacher seeking additional credentials in a focus area of their choice.
The MED Higher Education Online Program This program is designed for those interested in working in administrative positions in institutions of higher education or civic, nonprofit, and national government organizations.
The MED School Administration Program This program prepares teachers for the residency principal's certificate.
The Professional Education Program (PEP) This program is a 50 credit program of classes for post-bacalaureate students seeking teacher certification.
The Program Administrator Certificate in Special Education Program and The Residency Principal Certificate ProgramThese certificates prepare educational leaders to assume management and instructional responsibilities.
Secondary Education MajorTeacher candidates are required to complete these courses along with the courses required for a major in a secondary teaching endorsement area in order to obtain a teaching certficate.

Additionally, there are various resources and links for prospective teachers to guide you through the process of becoming a certified teacher within our website. 

Should you have further questions once you have perused these pages, please contact us at at (509) 963-1448.

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