How to Apply
- Complete the online admissions application.
- A Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution is required. Submit official transcripts from ALL colleges/universities you have attended to the Admissions Office. Transcript evaluations are required for all coursework completed outside of the U.S. or Canada (except Quebec). See Transcript Evaluation section on International Students webpage for details.
- Minimum undergraduate cumulative GPA of 3.0 is required. Applicants with a GPA below 3.0 may be considered and should submit a letter explaining the reasons for their low GPA as well as what has changed that would assist them in pursuing a graduate program.
- Letters of Recommendation. A minimum of one recommendation is required. This should be from an individual who has provided supervision of your practical experience working in schools or teaching environments and can assess your capabilities to begin a graduate program. Letters from friends and relatives are not acceptable.
- Résumé/Curriculum Vitae (CV). Documentation of relevant professional and volunteer experience, professional affiliations, publications and licensure.
- Practical Experience. Applicants must provide documentation of a minimum of 40 hours of work experience in schools or teaching environment. Please indicate your experience on your résumé/Curriculum Vitae (CV).
- International Students have additional admission requirements. See International Students page for details.
- Applicants will be invited to participate in an interview with program faculty.
Official Passing Test Scores for WEST-B and NES examine (or approved alternative) are due by September 4, 2018, for the Fall 2018 term.
- Pass WEST-B exam or approved WEST-B Alternative Basic Skills exam. WEST-B Passing Score: 240 on each subtest (Reading, Writing, Mathematics: test codes 095/096/097). Learn more about the WEST-B exam. If you choose to submit scores from WEST-B alternative exams, please follow the instructions below to request official ACT or SAT scores.
- Pass NES exam: Elementary Education exam (test code 102 and 103). Learn more about the NES exam.
The SAT College Code for Antioch University Seattle is 3070. Information about requesting old SAT scores is available at this link. Applicants requesting an official ACT score report should complete the area on Step 2 on the ACT Additional Score Report (ASR) Form for the report to be sent to an uncoded institution and provide AUS admission addressee (below).
- Applicants must participate in a writing assessment prior to the start of classes.
- Accepted applicants must also provide a fingerprint background check before they begin classes.
All admission application supporting materials, transcripts, recommendations, essays, etcetera, should be emailed to [email protected] or mailed to:
Antioch University Seattle
2400 3rd Avenue, Suite 200
Seattle, WA 98121
|Fall 2021||August 15, 2021||October 4, 2021|
|Fall 2022||August 15, 2022||October 3, 2022|
|*Complete applications received after the Deadline date may be considered if space is still available in that quarter. Passing Assessment scores must be received by August 14.|
|MA in Teaching||Cost or Credits|
|Cost per Credit||$693|
|Full-Time Credits per Quarter||12|
|Total Program Credits||56|
Please note: Additional fees for all AUS programs may include (but are not necessarily limited to) charges for materials, late registration, enrollment maintenance, parking, graduation, transcripts, tuition payment plan, late payments, late registration, and returned checks.
A majority of AUS students finance their education through some form of financial aid. You may not be sure which federal, state, public and private aid packages – such as loans, scholarships, and grants—are right for you. Our staff is here to help you, so you can focus on what’s most important: beginning your academic program at AUS.