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Academic programs

School of Education and Psychology

The School of Education and Psychology offers three Bachelor of Science degrees, a Bachelor of Education and Bachelor of Arts degree, and three minors as well as graduate programs. Contact Academic Advisement if you have questions: (509) 527-2132.  

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Elementary Education Major (Bachelor of Science)

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Secondary Education Double Major (Bachelor of Education)

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Psychology Major (Bachelor of Arts)

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Psychology Major (Bachelor of Science)

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Forensic Psychology Major (Bachelor of Science)

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Education Minor

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Special Education Minor

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Psychology Minor

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Teaching endorsements

Endorsement check sheets are regularly updated to meet Washington State Certification requirements. These are to be used as a guideline, not a hard and fast rule. Unless otherwise specified, endorsements can be added on to either Elementary Education or Secondary Certification.

Art

Biology

Chemistry

English/Language Arts

French

Health/Fitness

History

Mathematics

Middle Level Humanities (Elementary only)

Middle Level Math (Elementary only)

Middle Level Science (Elementary only)

Music - Choral

Music - Instrumental

Physics

Social Studies

Spanish

Special Education

Last update on May 3, 2019