All students in the Master of Arts in Teaching program receive personalized advising to help them reach their academic and career goals. Students work closely with a network of professionals including faculty advisors, supervising teachers, EL Education mentors, and a variety of content area experts.
Current M.A.T. Students
If you are in need of advising, please contact your advisor directly to schedule an appointment. Catherine Swift, director and Ruth Hornsby, assistant director serve as academic advisors to students in the program.
Prospective M.A.T. Students
If you’d like to chat with someone about the M.A.T. Program, please make an appointment with the admissions coordinator.