The Master of Arts in Teaching (MIT) program at Washington State University is an innovative and comprehensive program designed to prepare students for a rewarding career in elementary or secondary education. This 13-month intensive study program, available on the Pullman, Spokane, and Vancouver campuses, provides students with a well-rounded undergraduate level education in pedagogy and related topics such as literacy, social studies, science, math, reading, health & fitness and fine arts methods. Additionally, students will receive hands-on training through field experience opportunities which allow them to gain practical skills while also making meaningful connections with the local school community. Upon successful completion of the program, graduates will be awarded a master's degree and teaching certificate from the State of Washington. With this qualification they can become certified teachers within their chosen subject area and embark on a long and fulfilling career path that has a positive impact on the lives of their students.