Educators have the power to change the world. Behind every doctor, scientist, humanitarian, and world leader are the people who helped shape that person into who they are today. The guidance you provide impacts more than the students whose lives you touch- it ripples throughout their communities and beyond.
No matter where you are in your schooling or career, we can help you get to where you want to be. Here at Heritage, we offer the flexibility to earn the degree you want in the way you need.
““The Residency program was really unique. It’s circular: I could immediately implement techniques that I’ve learned in my classes, and my experiences in the classroom lead to questions I could ask my professors.”
Amanda McDonaldMaster in Teaching Elementary Education, Class of 2018
“Heritage University prepared me with the knowledge, skillset, and networking to become a successful educator. I’m very thankful for the professors and staff in the College of Education that guided me to a successful teaching career.”
Cindy LimasElementary Art Teacher, Toppenish School District
“My colleagues in other educational administration programs were envious of my experience through Heritage University. The materials and experiences were up to date, relevant and applicable for growing and building on the current reality of education here in America. I feel confident in my ability to lead through the skills I’ve gained at Heritage.”
Amanda BarnettAssistant Principal/CTE Director, East Valley School District
Our Bachelor of Arts in Education degree is for those who know they want to teach, but need a degree to do so. This pathway is also for two-year degree holders. With a B.A. Ed., you can teach at the K-8 level.
This option is best for candidates who hold a bachelor’s degree and desire to expand their knowledge to meet the needs of students of all abilities. This program qualifies for Reading and ELL/BLE Endorsements from Washington OSPI.
This pathway is for highly-qualified candidates who have a master’s degree, significant leadership experience, are not tied to a regular classroom assignment, and whose career goals include working as a special education director.
Start Now and Have a Forever Impact
When you’re ready to take the next step toward your new career, give us a call. Our staff is eager to answer your questions and help you through the admissions process.