Seattle University MIT Program Endorsement Verification for Social Studies
Page 1 of 3 Revised June 2018
Name Phone Number Email Date Planned Entry (Qtr & Yr)
dmission requirements: Applicants with an academic major in the endorsement area are given priority.
1) Hold a bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited university and have a minimum GPA of 3.0 in the last 90 quarter/60 semester credits. All courses
must be a grade of C or better. Do not list courses that are a C- or below.
2) Have completed a minimum of 30 quarter/20 semester credits in history including at least one course each in Washington State, US and world history plus
at least one course in each of the other three subject areas – geography, political science, and economics. Pass the WEST E test for Social Studies.
3) Complete this form including coursework that you plan to complete prior to the beginning of the MIT program
. Courses can be listed in more than one
category if appropriate, but credits are only counted toward the required totals once. If a course title does not specifically identify a content area, submit
additional documentation. Acceptable documentation includes 1) copy of the catalog course description including the front cover of the catalog, indicating
the name of the institution and year course was taken, 2) syllabus, or 3) letter from the chair of the department.
4) Submit this affidavit, any verification documents, and transcripts at the time of the application.
5) All coursework must be completed no later than August 10 the year that you enter the MIT Program. Seattle University College of Education Continuing
Studies Program offers Pacific Northwest History, Civics, Geography, and Economics as a 3-credit graduate elective in the summer.
Undergraduate major(s) Undergraduate minor(s) Graduate degree (if appropriate)
is is an affidavit. It is essential that all information is accurate.
I, , certify (or declare) under penalty of perjury under the laws of the state of Washington that the foregoing is true, complete, and
Date and Place Signature
Must be C
understanding of key
Needs Course Description
Needs Official Transcript
Coursework cannot overlap the MIT Program. For spring admits please note that the program begins three weeks prior to the university’s spring quarter schedule.
Note: One endorsement is required for certification in Washington State. Additional endorsements must be approved by the MIT faculty at the end of the first block of the MIT program. If
you are currently enrolled in the MIT Program and this is an additional endorsement in a secondary subject, you may need to enroll in a subject methods module for two continuing
education credits. Check with your advisor.
Additional coursework for this state endorsement, not listed on this form, will be completed in the program.
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