CWU-Lynnwood is located at Edmonds Community College in Snoqualmie Hall
Start your science teaching degree at Edmonds Community College and finish it at CWU-Lynnwood. Prepare to be an effective teacher of high school or middle school science students (grades 5-12). Find out more at information sessions about the General Science Teaching Degree 3-4 p.m., March 9 in Snoqualmie Hall 304.
Washington State needs highly qualified science teachers and this program teaches the skills you need to be one of them.
Start your science teaching degree at Edmonds Community College and finish it at CWU-Lynnwood. Successful completion of program requirements will lead to an Associate of Arts degree from Edmonds Community College, a Bachelor of Science degree from Central Washington University, and a Washington State teaching certificate with an endorsement in secondary science and an endorsement in either biology or chemistry.
If you are a student at Edmonds CC and know you are interested in this program, you can get started at CWU right away. Meet with a Program Director to get ready to enroll at CWU and declare your major in General Science Teaching, or come to an information session to talk to the program directors and learn more about the program requirements.