Master in Teaching


Teachers with real-world experience are in high demand. Heritage University's Master in Teaching (M.I.T.) program lets you take advantage of your existing bachelor's degree as a means to achieve a new career in teaching.

Regardless of the field of study in which you earned your undergraduate degree, you can earn a master's degree and the certification required to become a K-8 elementary teacher in Washington State. Further endorsements or taking additional classes enables the Master recipient to teach at a higher level.

Heritage offers three delivery options for candidates seeking a M.I.T. degree. This means you can choose the pathway that best fits your learning style and life situation.

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