The Master of Arts in Teaching Degree (MAT) is designed for individuals who wish to become certified teachers.
The Master of Arts in Teaching, a 36-46 semester-hour program, offers individuals holding a bachelor’s degree in specified areas the opportunity to pursue teacher certification.
The K-5, 6-12 (content specific), and K-12 (content specific) licensure programs are designed for working adults who current hold a bachelor’s degree and wish to pursue the licensure sequence and obtain and master’s degree at the same time.
The courses are delivered in an accelerated format at times convenient for working adults. Applicants must be admitted into the Teacher Education program prior to beginning any coursework in the curriculum.
Master of Arts in Teaching licensure areas are as follows:
- 6-12 Biology, Business, English, Government, History, Mathematics and others
- K-12 Physical Education and Visual Arts
COURSE DESCRIPTIONS & ACADEMIC REQUIREMENTS
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