Master in Teaching
Whitworth's Master in Teaching consistently has some of the highest placement rates in the region; our graduates are highly sought-after by school principals and are recognized for their excellent preparation. As one administrator remarked, "Getting a Whitworth MIT grad is like getting a second-year teacher."
- Be ready to teach in just 13 months.
- Earn your master's degree in teaching and your Washington state teaching certificate at the same time.
- Get started in our elementary education cohort with a bachelor’s degree in any subject.
Missed the application deadline?
We know you've got a lot going on right now. If you've missed the application deadline or are worried you won't be able to apply in time, please contact the MIT assistant director (firstname.lastname@example.org) as soon as you can. Openings are still available in our elementary cohort and select secondary content areas. We're dedicated to making sure nobody misses the opportunity to receive a life-changing education.
|Credits||60 (elementary education)
50-52 (secondary education)
|Completion Time||13 months|
|Class Format||Full-time day program|
|Cost Per Credit||$650* per credit (financial aid & scholarships available)|
Priority Application Deadline: Feb. 15
Earn more with a Master's
At Spokane Public Schools, you can earn over $7,000 more as a first-year teacher with a master’s degree than with only a bachelor’s degree. Base salary begins at $57,257, compared to $49,541 with a bachelor’s, and you can achieve pay raises with additional years of service and college credits. See for yourself: View the complete SPS teacher salary schedule by clicking here. Even better, you can join our elementary education program with a bachelor's degree in any subject.
Join Us in Class
If you have questions about Whitworth's Master in Teaching, or if you would like to sit in on a class, please contact the MIT advisor at 509.777.3769 (Spokane).