Master In Teaching Program Admissions Process
Phase One: Application
It is the desire of the Washington State University College of Education and the state of Washington to prepare the best possible teachers. Therefore, we reserve the right to seek the most highly qualified individuals for admission to Spokane MIT Programs. Simply meeting the application requirements does not guarantee admission to the program.
The priority application deadline is November 15, and only complete applications will be considered for admission. Additional complete applications will be accepted on a space available basis until April 1.
Step 1: Applicants submit an online application.
- Navigate to our online application
- Select the term for which you are seeking admission
- For the MIT program, select SUMMER 2024, and click APPLY
- Create a GradCAS account
- Select the ADD PROGRAM tab
- To find the correct application, type in the search box: Washington State University Master in Teaching
- Select the application/location for which you wish to apply
- (e.g. Master in Teaching Elementary Spokane, Master in Teaching Secondary Spokane, Master in Teaching Elementary Pullman, Master in Teaching Secondary Pullman)
- Click the + sign to the left of the application name to add the application to your profile
- *Please note that if you wish to be considered for both Pullman and Spokane campuses, only apply to one program and let us know that you are interested in both.
- Download and complete the College of Education Volunteer and Professional Experience form to be uploaded with your application: Word or PDF
- Complete all application steps and then submit your application
Step 2: Applicants submit official documentation of Basic Skills and Content Proficiency Exams by April 1.
Applications may be considered and candidates interviewed prior to receiving exam scores; however, admission decisions will be made pending receipt of OFFICIAL basic skills and content proficiency exams.
- Secondary applicants only: If you do not hold a BA or BS in the content area that you want to teach, submit your unofficial transcript(s) and a self-evaluation form. This will help us identify potential coursework deficiencies.
- If you have questions about this form, please email Staci Bickhaupt (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Phase Two: Application Review & Interview
Complete applications are reviewed by the MIT Admissions Committee. The most highly qualified applicants will be selected for interviews which will take place during in late January or early February.
Phase Three: Admissions Review
Following application review and interviews, outstanding candidates who meet all admission requirements (including required basic skills and content proficiency exam scores) will be accepted for the program and recommended for admission to the WSU Graduate School.