Submitting step one will generate login credentials required to continue applying to the School of Education. Please note it will take up to two business days for the username and temporary password to be generated.
Applicants should use login credentials from step one to continue and submit their application to the School of Education.
Master of Arts in Teaching
The Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) degree offers professional preparation in teaching to students who hold baccalaureate degrees in the arts or sciences. Students completing the program will meet all requirements for Washington state teacher certification. Learn more about Puget Sound's MAT program.
Master of Education in Counseling
The Master of Education (M.Ed.) in Counseling degree is designed for those wishing to enter the counseling profession in one or more settings. The school-counseling track leads to the K-12 certificate in Washington State. Coursework in the mental health counseling track can be used to pursue licensure as a mental health counselor in Washington state. Learn more about Puget Sound's M.Ed. program.
How to Apply
To apply to the School of Education, please submit:
- School of Education Application (Step One) - please note upon submission of step one, login credentials for step two will arrive via email within two business days.
- School of Education Application (Step Two)
- Supporting documentation (outlined in the requirement checklist)
For fall 2022 entry, candidates can choose from one of two application options:
- Early Action (Applications due by Nov. 1, 2021)
- Regular Decision (Applications due by Feb. 15, 2022)
Applications and materials submitted after Feb. 15 will be considered as space permits.
What We Look For
A candidacy decision will be based on the School of Education admission committee’s assessment of the applicant’s potential as a professional. The indicators upon which this judgment is based are drawn from the submitted application materials and include consideration of previous experiences with youth and adults, success in previous college level course work, cultural competency, written and oral communication skills, and the capacity to reflect and learn from experience.
Cost and Aid
All graduate students are charged tuition at a per unit rate. Because the number of units required for each program may vary, the graduate program you are enrolled in will determine your tuition costs for the academic year.
Student Financial Services staff members are available to discuss financing options for the total cost of the M.A.T. or M.Ed. programs. Financial aid available to graduate students is composed of federal loans. For M.A.T. students, a limited number of departmental scholarships are also available.
The Student Financial Services website has detailed information about tuition and financing options for the MAT program and the M.Ed. program.
If you have any questions regarding applying to Puget Sound, please contact the Office of Admission at 253.879.3211 or send an email to email@example.com.
Program questions may be directed to Karen Stump with the School of Education at 253.879.3382 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For information regarding financial aid, please contact Student Financial Services at 253.879.3214 or send an email. Additional financial aid information can be found by visiting Financing Your Education.