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Education Premajor

Educational
Education Pre-major

Considering a career in education? This popular pre-major program follows the general A.A. transfer degree requirements, including the education courses. In addition, you can earn an associate degree through a Direct Transfer Agreement, which is a statewide articulated transfer degree agreement for elementary education majors between the community colleges and public baccalaureate universities.

For specific requirements, contact Judy Noel at (509) 533-3617 or a counselor at (509) 533-3525.

Three Education courses are recommended for Education Premajors:

  • EDUC& 202 - Introduction to Education (5 Cr)
  • EDUC& 205 - Introduction to Education with Field Experience (5 Cr)
  • EDUC 206 - Tutor Training (1 Cr)

Additional Education courses available are listed below. Click on the links below for course description and current class schedule.

All course offerings are subject to change. The college cannot guarantee class offerings, designated times or specific instructors - as funding levels and student interest may affect whether or not an offering is available.
Class Credits
EDUC 100Exploring Teaching 5.0
EDUC& 202Intro to Education 5.0
EDUC& 204Exceptional Child 5.0
EDUC& 205Intro to Ed w/ Field Exp 5.0
EDUC 206Tutor Training 1.0
EDUC 207Advanced Tutor Training 1.0
EDUC 208Tutorial Practicum 1.0-2.0
EDUC 252Social/Emotional Development 5.0
EDUC 270Introduction to Developmental Disabilities 5.0
EDUC 275Learning Disabilities 5.0
EDUC 280Behavior/Classroom Management 5.0
EDUC 281Education/Special Education Practicum I 5.0
EDUC 282Education/Special Education Practicum II 5.0

Teach Washington

TeachWashington is a web site developed to provide a user-friendly gateway to knowledge about teacher certification in the state of Washington.

  • Find comprehensive and up-to-date information currently available about every teacher certification program in Washington State.
  • Query the site for information about different pathways into teacher education programs, transfer information, and content area endorsements.
  • Frequently asked questions on how to become a teacher in Washington.
  • Links to the certification program web sites.
  • A salary scale for Washington teachers.
  • Links to information about scholarships and tuition assistance programs.
  • Links to other national and state web sites in education.