Master of Arts in Teaching
The M.A.T. with initial licensure programs can be completed full-time in one year. Part time students can complete requirements over two years. Licensure students complete a full-time, semester-long teaching practicum during their final spring semester. Non-licensure students’ programs culminate in a capstone project. Coursework for the M.A.T. is delivered in 4 sessions: summer, fall, January and spring. Students are expected to maintain a B grade in all courses.
|Academic Year 2021-2022|
|MAT, Initial Licensure||38 credits|
|MAT, Special Education (PreK-8 or 5-12)||42 credits|
|MAT, English Language Learners with Licensure (PreK-6 or 5-12)||42 credits|
|MAT, English Language Learners without Licensure||32 credits|
- Early Childhood & Elementary
- Middle, Secondary, and The Arts Education
- English Language Learners (PreK-6 & 5-12) with licensure
- English Language Learners without licensure
- Special Education (PreK-8 & 5-12)
Part Time Students
The M.A.T. can be taken as a continuous, one year program or part time students can complete requirements over two years. Students will work with an advisor to design a manageable plan to complete program requirements in a way that fits into a busy lifestyle.