Mount Holyoke offers three graduate degree programs for educators:
Master of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T.)
The Master of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T.) is an accelerated coed teacher education program for aspiring early childhood, elementary, middle, and secondary school teachers. The flexible, year-long program includes an innovative curriculum, a unique collaboration with EL Education, personalized advising, and initial teacher licensure in a wide variety of subject areas including Moderate Disabilities and English Language Learners and a specialized curriculum for early career teachers working in Independent Schools. Learn more
Master of Arts in Teaching Mathematics
The Master of Arts in Teaching Mathematics is a coed, hybrid program designed for K-8 educators who wish to deepen their mathematical content and pedagogical knowledge, build leadership skills, and earn a masters degree. Course assignments have immediate application in school settings and support the work of teachers, coaches, and instructional specialists. Learn more
M.A.T. in Teacher Leadership
The M.A.T. in Teacher Leadership program supports educators who want to help build their school’s capacity for success, support professional growth amongst their peers, or serve in a leadership role at the local, state, or national level. Designed for full-time teachers, students have the option of completing this 32-credit program online in the evenings or attending some sessions on our campus. Our faculty are experts in the field and, through our partnership with the National Network of State Teachers of the Year, many of our classes feature embedded teacher leader practitioners as co-facilitators. All of our courses are specifically designed to equip educators with practical skills that they can apply immediately in their schools to build stronger education systems for preK-12 students. We also offer a specialized curriculum for experienced teachers working in Independent Schools. Learn more
All programs build upon the College's legacy of preparing outstanding educators who have transformed communities around the world.
More information can be found in the college catalog.