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B.A. Interdisciplinary Studies (K–8)
B.A. Special Education (K–12)
B.A. Mathematics (5–9 or 5–12)
B.A. Science (5–9)
B.A. Science (Chemistry, 5–12)
B.A. Science (Physics, 5–12)
B.A. Science (Biological Science, 5–12)
B.A. Science (Geosciences, 5–12)
Post-Baccalaureate Teacher Preparation, Elementary Education (K–8)
Post-Baccalaureate Teacher Preparation, Mathematics (5–9 or 5–12)
Post-Baccalaureate Teacher Preparation, Science (5–9 or 5–12)
Post-Baccalaureate Teacher Preparation, Social Science (5–12)
M.A. Teaching, Elementary Education (K–8)
M.A. Teaching, English (5–12)
M.A. Teaching, Mathematics (5–9 or 5–12)
M.A. Teaching, Science (5–9 or 5–12)
M.A. Teaching, Social Science (5–12)
Through Western Governors University, WGU Washington’s online teaching degree programs are NCATE accredited. This prestigious accreditation, offered by the premier accrediting body for teacher preparation programs, shows that WGU Washington teaching program graduates have the subject matter expertise and teaching abilities required to help all students learn.
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WGU Washington knows that learning to teach effectively requires in-classroom experience. That’s why all our programs leading to teacher licensure include a demonstration teaching component, which is a full-time, in-classroom experience completed under the supervision of a licensed educator.
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